In the Jensen Lab we simply love to look at things, and we believe that movies are often the best way to showcase the 3D nature of our data. Here are all of the movies created by our lab over the years. If your browser is having trouble loading the video gallery below click here to visit our Youtube channel.
Simulations of the actomyosin ring
Most eukaryotic cells divide using a contractile actomyosin ring, but its structure and mechanism remain unclear. Here we describe how we used 3D coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations to explore various mechanistic hypotheses for the actomyosin ring of fission yeast.
From the publication: Nguyen LT, Swulius MT, et al. (2017). bioRxiv.
- Simulations of the actomyosin ring
- Electron cryotomography of the actomyosin ring in Schizosaccharomyces pombe
- Process of building a working model of the Myxococcus xanthus type IV pilus machine
- Architecture of the type IVa pilus machine
- ECT of Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus
- PG Synthesis Simulations
- Cryo-PALM 1
- Cryo-PALM 2
- B. subtilis Sporulation
- Type VI Secretion System
- Hi-Res Chemoreceptor Array Structure
- A. longum Sporulation
- C. crescentus Chemoreceptor Arrays
- T. primitia Motility
- E. coli Peptidoglycan
- C. crescentus Peptidoglycan
- O. tauri
- FtsZ in C. crescentus
- Immature HIV
- C. crescentus Cytoskeleton