The Lab in a Nutshell


 

The Jensen Lab uses Electron Cryotomography (cryoET) to study the molecular architecture of microbial cells and HIV in their native state. We focus on fundamentals of microbial cell biology such as cell division, movement and secretion, as well as the structure of HIV at all stages of its lifecycle. The lab opened its doors at Caltech in 2002 and continues to push the boundaries of high resolution imaging today!

The Latest News from the Lab 

Jensen Lab

We're excited to announce the Atlas of Bacterial & Archaeal Cell Structure (cellstructureatlas.org), an open-access multimedia textbook that shows what's inside microbial cells like never before, featuring ~150 of our best cryotomograms and animations

We're excited to announce the Atlas of Bacterial & Archaeal Cell Structure (https://t.co/KtZjJKUArq), an open-access multimedia textbook that shows what's inside microbial cells like never before, featuring ~150 of our best cryotomograms and animations
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