Cdc15-3HA (red) does not load onto spindle pole bodies in wild-type cells in metaphase as determined by spindle morphology (tubulin, green) and nuclear morphology (DAPI, blue). Control image for CIL# 13862, 13863 in which constitutive targeting of Tem1 to spindle pole bodies leads to premature Cdc15 loading. Image is Fig 3C, top panels, in J Cell Biol. (2011) 192: 599-614. Images in Fig 3 include CIL# 13862, 13863, 13864, 13865, 13866, 13867.
Cells (MATa cdc15::CDC15-3HA), grown in rich media with glucose, were fixed for 15 min in 3.7% formaldehyde and 0.1 M potassium phosphate buffer, pH 6.4. Cells were then washed twice with 0.1 M potassium phosphate buffer, pH 6.4, and resuspended in 1.2 M sorbitol in 0.12 M K2HPO4/0.033 M citric acid, pH 5.9. Fixed cells were digested with 0.1 mg/ml zymolyase-100T (US Biological) and 1/10 volume of glusulase (PerkinElmer) at 30C for 15 min, washed once, and resuspended in 1.2 M sorbitol in 0.12 M K2HPO4/0.033 M citric acid, pH 5.9. Primary antibodies were anti-HA monoclonal antibody (HA.11; 1:500) and anti-tubulin (Abcam; 1:500). Secondary antibodies were: anti-mouse Cy3 (for HA) and anti-rat FITC (for tubulin). Cells were resuspended in DAPI (1 mg/ml). Imaging was performed at 25C using a Leica DM6000 microscope equipped with a 100x/1.40 NA oil immersion objective lens, A4, L5, and TX2 filters, and a digital CCD camera (DFC350, Leica). Pictures were processed with LAS AF (leica) and ImageJ software.
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- Image Type
- recorded image
- Imaging Mode
- widefield illumination
- fluorescence microscopy
- Parameters Imaged
- fluorescence emission
- Source of Contrast
- distribution of a specific protein
- compartmentalization of stain or label
- Visualization Methods
- HA peptide tag
- 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI)
- primary antibody plus labeled secondary antibody
- Fluorescein (FITC)
- Processing History
- unprocessed raw data
- Data Qualifiers
- raw, unprocessed data
- suitable for spatial measurements
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