Replication and assembly of poxviruses

Research

Being obligatory intracellular parasites, viruses infect a specific host and hijack the cellular machinery to replicate themselves.

With cryo-electron tomography, I aim at investigating virus-host interactions at the molecular resolution and in native state directly inside infected cells.

Our projects aim at elucidating key aspects of poxvirus replication and assembly by focusing on the remodelling of cellular organelles and the 3D reorganization of the intracellular space upon infection.

 

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team

Emmanuelle QUEMIN

Group Leader

Research Director

Clara A. Feldmann

PhD student

Simon Corroyer-Dulmont

PhD student

Sigurdur R. Thorkelsson

PhD student

Robert Gebauer

PhD student

Latest publications

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External funding

Collaborations

Chantal Abergel (CNRS and Université Aix-Marseille, France)

Lindsay Baker (University of Oxford, UK)

Fasseli Coulibaly (Monash University, Australia)

Ileana Cristea (Princeton University, USA)

Stephen Cusack (EMBL Grenoble, France)

Kay Grünewald (Leibniz-Institut für Experimentelle Virologie and Universtät Hamburg, Centre for Structural Systems Biology, Germany)

Rainer Kaufmann (Universtät Hamburg, Centre for Structural Systems Biology, Germany)

Jacomine Krijnse-Locker (Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, Germany)

Maria Rosenthal (Bernhard-Nocht-Institut für Tropenmedizin, Germany)

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