seegerlab

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

our projects

MycoTransport

DrugEfflux

Sybodies

NestLink

Our mission

We are a team of creative, ambitious and friendly researchers who investigate membrane transport processes in pathogenic bacteria and develop innovative protein engineering tools. We combine the disciplines of structural biology, binder generation, protein biochemistry and microbiology to uncover molecular details of how membrane transport proteins expel antibiotics, shuttle siderophores and export lipids. Sybodies and NestLink enable us to target membrane transporters in the cellular context to develop rapid diagnostics, novel antibiotics and tailor-made research tools.

Thanks for the great organization!! Looking forward to the 3rd edition in Paris, 2023!!🦙 https://t.co/bzcPsMMPcr seegerlab photo

So grateful I have these amazing collaborators! @BarlandNatalie @CamiloPerez_BZ @seegerlab with Anne-Stephanie from my lab, in an interdisciplinary tour de force, show mechanistic insights into choline import via LicB in the pneumococcus https://t.co/LqCvnoUULP

#Sybodies produced in collaboration with the @seegerlab were fundamental to obtain a high-resolution Cryo-EM structure on a 35kDa membrane protein!!

Congrats to @CamiloPerez_BZ and team!🔥👏 We're happy to have contributed to the success of this great work! Once again #sybodies enabled the structure determination of a small membrane protein. https://t.co/xuZr5EPbuE https://t.co/9brN71a2pp https://t.co/DzGaeR8QsW seegerlab photo

Congrats to @DenekaDawid, Sonja Rutz and @MartaSawicka6 from the Dutzler lab for this fantastic piece of work!🥳👏 Great to see that sybodies helped to shed light on the mechanism of volume-regulated channels! https://t.co/0582i0hSIa https://t.co/2ybMf0oDUg seegerlab photo