Time-lapse of a CHO.K1 cell cotransfected with very low levels of GFP-MIIA (myosin IIA, green) and paxillin (magenta). Yellow arrowheads mark paxillin-containing adhesions that disassemble concomitantly to their MIIA-decorated bundle (marked with arrows) as the movie progresses. Total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) images were acquired on an inverted microscope (IX70; Olympus) with a 1.45 NA (oil) Plan-Apochromat 60× TIRFM objective lens. Images were acquired with a charge-coupled device (CCD) camera (Retiga Exi; Qimaging). Video corresponds to Fig 5C and Video 5 from J Cell Biol 2011 193:381-396.