Cryo-TEM image of a Deinococcus
radiodurans cell viewed at 72 deg.
The vitreous ice makes a meniscus
embedding bacteria and only minimally
distorting their physiological shapes.
3D section of a volume-rendered
reconstruction of Deinococcus
radiodurans.

2D cryo-TEM projection of Caulobacter
crescentus (C.c.) cells.
2D cryo-TEM projection of a dividing
C.c. cell.
2D cryo-TEM projection of a dividing
C.c. cell.
Slice from a 3D cryo-ET
reconstruction of a C.c. cell.
Volume-rendered 3D reconstruction.
C.c. cell wall segmentation with curvatures
C.c. cell division plane
C.c. Slayer
C.c. Slayer
C.c. Filament Bundles
wt Caulobacter c. PopZ polar sub-domain
Caulobacter c. PopZ overexpression
Caulobacter c. PopZ overexpression.
Volume-rendered sections from a 3D reconstruction of
a PopZ overexpressing Caulobacter c. cell.
wt C.c. PopZ polar sub-domain wt C.c. new cell pole
wt C.c. swarmer cell poles; PopZ polar subdomain (yellow line).
wt C.c. PG sacculus. wt C.c. PG sacculus.wt C.c. PG sacculus.
DipM C.c. PG sacculus. DipM C.c. PG sacculus.