This is Video S3,which corresponds to still images in bottom row of Fig. 2D. It shows that knocking down levels of Myosin II B (MIIB) increases spine dynamics. Spines from MIIB knockdown neurons extend and retract more frequently than spines in control neurons. Note also the increased length of spine extensions in MIIB knockdown neurons. Timelapse confocal imaging was performed on DIV14 hippocampal neurons co-expressing GFP and an shRNA vector against MIIB. Images were acquired every 1-minute using confocal microscopy. 3 frames/sec shown.
Confocal images were collected on an Olympus Fluoview 1000 microscope (IX81 base) equipped with a 60X/1.35 NA (oil)UPLSAPO 60X objective (Olympus). GFP was excited using the 488 nm laser line of a multi Ar laser. Fluorescence emission was collected using the following dichroic mirror/filter: SDM560/BA505â€“525 (GFP).
- Jennifer L. Hodges
- Karen Newell-Litwa
- Hannelore Asmussen
- Miguel Vicente-Manzanares
- Alan Rick Horwitz
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