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Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry

 

Research Fellow

Dr Lin Su is currently a postdoctoral research associate in the Reisner Lab, and a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Cambridge. He graduated from Southeast University in 2021 with a major in biomedical engineering. He studied synthetic biology while visiting Caroline Ajo-Franklin’s group during his PhD. Lin’s research focused on engineering electron transfer at the interfaces of microorganisms and materials. Applications of his research include building biohybrid systems to perform semi-artificial photosynthesis and designing bioelectronic sensors for information exchanges.

Publications

A hybrid cyt c maturation system enhances the bioelectrical performance of engineered Escherichia coli by improving the rate-limiting step
L Su, T Fukushima, CM Ajo-Franklin
– Biosensors and Bioelectronics
(2020)
165,
112312
A hybrid cyt c maturation system enhances the bioelectrical performance of engineered Escherichia coli by improving the rate-limiting step
L Su, T Fukushima, C Ajo-Franklin
(2020)
2020.04.01.003798
Precise electronic control of redox reactions inside Escherichia coli using a genetic module
M Baruch, S Tejedor-Sanz, L Su, C Ajo-Franklin
(2020)
2020.04.01.020511
Modifying Cytochrome c Maturation Can Increase the Bioelectronic Performance of Engineered Escherichia coli.
L Su, T Fukushima, A Prior, M Baruch, TJ Zajdel, CM Ajo-Franklin
– ACS Synth Biol
(2020)
9,
115
Flavin-mediated extracellular electron transfer in Gram-positive bacteria Bacillus cereus DIF1 and Rhodococcus ruber DIF2.
T Tian, X Fan, M Feng, L Su, W Zhang, H Chi, D Fu
– RSC Adv
(2019)
9,
40903
An elusive electron shuttle from a facultative anaerobe.
E Mevers, L Su, G Pishchany, M Baruch, J Cornejo, E Hobert, E Dimise, CM Ajo-Franklin, J Clardy
– Elife
(2019)
8,
e48054
Reaching full potential: bioelectrochemical systems for storing renewable energy in chemical bonds
L Su, CM Ajo-Franklin
– Curr Opin Biotechnol
(2019)
57,
66
A flavin-based extracellular electron transfer mechanism in diverse Gram-positive bacteria.
SH Light, L Su, R Rivera-Lugo, JA Cornejo, A Louie, AT Iavarone, CM Ajo-Franklin, DA Portnoy
– Nature
(2018)
562,
140
Enhanced sulfide removal and bioelectricity generation in microbial fuel cells with anodes modified by vertically oriented nanosheets.
M Yang, Y Zhong, B Zhang, J Shi, X Huang, Y Xing, L Su, H Liu, AGL Borthwick
– Environmental technology
(2018)
40,
1770
Chemical Etching of TiO2 Nanorods Greatly Improves Current Generation of S. loihica PV-4 on a Carbon Paper Electrode
L Dong, T Yin, L Su, DG Fu
– Applied Mechanics and Materials
(2018)
875,
14
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Research Group

Telephone number

01223 763989 (shared)

Email address

ls941@cam.ac.uk