27.06.2016: An in-depth review on the cytoophidium and its kinds comes out on Annual Reviews of Cell and Developmental Biology.
01.06.2016: The Liu Lab is relocating at ShanghaiTech University.
04.04.2016: More filament-forming proteins are identified in our genome-wide screening in budding yeast. Congratulations!
04.02.2016: Sanjay and Charlotte, you made it! We used CRISPR interference to knock down long noncoding RNAs in Drosophila.
08.11.2013: Allan Spradling visited Oxford and gave a Special Jenkinson Seminar.
29.08.2013: Cytoophidia are featured on Cell Picture Show - Cell Curiosities.
June 2013: The Liu Lab launched OXfCRISPR - Oxford Fly CRISPR Resources. Thanks Andy!
27.06.2013: Andy and Charlotte can generate mutant flies within a month. Incredible! - Highly efficient Highly efficient targeted mutagenesis of Drosophila with the CRISPR/Cas9 system. This study was pulished on Cell Reports.
26.05.2013: Ghows, in collaboration with Peter Smibert and Jr-Shiuan Yang from Dr Eric Lai's lab at Sloan-Kettering Institute, discovered that Argonaute levels are finely tuned by availability of mature miRNAs and the ubiqitin-proteasome system. This study was published on Nature Structural & Molecular Biology.
12-14.04.2013: Ji-Long, together with Professor Susan Gerbi at Brown University, Dr Zehra Nizami at Carnegie Institution for Science, Miss Alison Singer at Johns Hopkins University, and Professor Virginia Zakian at Princeton University, co-organizes Gall Symposium 2013 to celebrate Professor Joseph Gall's 85th birthday (12-14 April 2013, Baltimore, MD, USA).
17.12.2012: Sian successfully defended her DPhil thesis. Congratulations, Dr Davies!
7-11.03.2012: Ji-Long, together with Professor Lynn Cooley at Yale University, co-organized a workshop on Organelles in the Drosophila Ovary at the 53rd Annual Drosophila Research Conference (7-11 March, 2012, Chicago, IL, USA).
7.03.2012: Ghows' paper on Ago1's role in oocyte determination and germline cell division was accepted by Developmental Biology.
02.03.2012: Ghows successfully defended his DPhil thesis. Congratulations, Dr Azzam!