JiaBei is a postdoctoral researcher. She received her B.S. in Pharmaceutical Engineering from Zhejiang University, her M.S. in Chemistry from Mississippi College, and her Ph.D. in Chemistry from UAB. She enjoys cooking, traveling, and running in her free time. In 2016, JiaBei won an ADDF Young Investigator Scholarship.


Gates, S.N*., A.L. Yokom*, J. Lin, M.E. Jackrel, A.N. Rizo, N.M. Kendsersky, C.E. Buell, E.A. Sweeny, K.L. Mack, E. Chuang, M.P. Torrente, M. Su, J. Shorter, and D.R. Southworth. (2017). Ratchet-like polypeptide translocation mechanism of the AAA+ disaggregase Hsp104. Science. 357(6348):273-279. pdf file link (*Co-first author).

Weaver, C.L., E.C. Duran, K.L. Mack, J. Lin, M.E. Jackrel, E.A. Sweeny, J. Shorter, and A.L. Lucius. (2017). Avidity for polypeptide binding by nucleotide-bound Hsp104 structures. Biochemistry. 56(15):2071–2075. pdf file link

Lin, J. and A.L. Lucius. (2016). Examination of ClpB quaternary structure and linkage to nucleotide binding. Biochemistry. 55:1758-1771. pdf file link

Lin, J. and A.L. Lucius. (2015). Analysis of Linked Equilibria. Methods Enzymol. 562:161-186. pdf file link

Lin, J. and A.L. Lucius. (2015). Examination of the dynamic assembly equilibrium for E. coli ClpB. Proteins. 83(11):2008-2024. pdf file link

Li, T., J. Lin, and A.L. Lucius. (2015). Examination of polypeptide substrate specificity for Escherichia coli ClpB. Proteins. 83(1):117-134. pdf file link

Li, T., C.L. Weaver, J. Lin, E.C. Duran, J.M. Miller., and A.L. Lucius. (2015) Escherichia coli ClpB is a non-processive polypeptide translocase. Biochem J. 470(1): 39-52. pdf file link

Fancy, R. M., L. Wang, T. Napier, J. Lin, G. Jing, A. L. Lucius, J. M. McDonald, T. Zhou and Y. Song. (2014). Characterization of Calmodulin-Fas Death Domain Interaction: An Integrated Experimental and Computational Study. Biochemistry. 53(16):2680-2688. pdf file link

Miller, J.M., J. Lin, T. Li, and A.L. Lucius. (2013). E.coli ClpA Catalyzed Polypeptide Translocation is Allosterically Controlled by the Protease ClpP. J. Mol Biol. 425(15):2795-2812. pdf file link





Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
University of Pennsylvania