Dr. Hong Li’s Group
Office – KLB 206
Lab – KLB 210
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bacteria and archaea employ CRISPR systems to fight against invading genetic materials , such as plasmids and phages. I’m currently engaged in solving structures of the functional protein complex of CRISPR systems using X-ray crystallographic method.
2006-2009 – Ph. D. – Zhejiang University, China.
2002-2005 – M. S. – South China University of Technology, China.
1998-2002 – B. S. – Huaihai Institute of Technology, China.
- Shao Y, Li H. (2013) Recognition and cleavage of a nonstructured CRISPR RNA by its processing endoribonuclease Cas6. Structure. 21(3).
- Shao Y, Cocozaki AI, Ramia NF, Terns RM, Terns MP, Li H. (2013) Structure of the cmr2-cmr3 subcomplex of the cmr RNA silencing complex. Structure. 21(3).