Principle Investigator: Xiaodong LIU, Ph.D. (刘晓冬)
Welcome to the X-Lab!
Our lab is broadly interested in transmembrane and sensory signaling based on channels, pursuing both biophysical mechanisms and bioengineering innovations.
One of the most important signaling pathways to convey information from external world into biological systems is by way of channels sitting across the membrane. Such channels: could be cued either by physical (e.g. voltage or photons) or by chemical signals (e.g. toxins or ions); could be either natural channels (e.g. ion channels conductive to Ca2+ or K+) or engineered channels (e.g., nanopores by ultrasound). We mainly focus on fundamental mechanisms critical to channel complexes involved in transmembrane signaling, especially those related to sensory functions, such as vision, taste, hearing and other less-studied modalities. Representative work toward this direction refers to Liu X. et. al. Nature. Meanwhile, we actively explore the potentials of novel methodologies developed or derived from our basic research, such as sonoporation, channel modulators, biomolecular sensors etc. relevant publications
JIANG Peng from X-Lab presented research at Tsinghua BoShiShen Symposium of Life and Biomedical Sciences, Oct 15-16, 2011, Beijing
LIU Nan et al.(poster)
XU Yanyan et al. (poster)
LIU Xiaodong （invited talk)
The X-lab is starting to accept PTN students for research rotations!
Postdoctoral Position Openings http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/191089-Postdoctoral-Fellow-Tsinghua-University
X-Lab (LIU Qing, XIE Xin and LIU Xiaodong) presented the poster:
CHARACTERIZATION OF QUANTITATIVE FRET SENSORS FOR FLUORESCENCE MOLECULAR TOMOGRAPHY
Author Block: Qing Liu, Xin Xie, Yi Zhang, Yanyan Xu, Yue Zhang, Xin Liu, Jing Bai, Xiaodong Liu.
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
during Biophysics Society Annual Meeting, March 2011 at Baltimore, MD, USA
Individual Meetings (Starting from 2011/10)
17th “International Biophysics Congress” (IAPUB) Oct 30-Nov 3 Beijing, China
55th Annual Meeting of Biophysical Society March 5 - 9, 2011