Single-molecule Biophysics and Advanced Bioimaging Laboratory7

Seeing is believing. Physics and Light are two wonderful tools to investigate living systems.

Our laboratory develops state-of-the-art single-molecule biophysics and bioimaging techniques (e.g. super-resolution imaging, single-molecule FRET, single-molecule pull-down, single-molecule optogenetics) and apply them to study complex biological systems.

Major Research Interest
- Super-resolution imaging (STED, PALM, STORM)
- Single-molecule biophysics: single-molecule FRET, SiMPull
- Translation imaging
- Microdroplet biology; Liquid-liquid phase separation; Cellular membrane-less granules

Advisor Professor : Lee, Jong-Chan
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