Time series spinning disc confocal images of Drosophila S2 cells stably expressing pMT-Eos2-alpha tubulin. A diagonal ~2.5 micrometer strip was photoconverted and images taken every minute for 20 minutes. Microtubules clearly migrate beyond the confines of the photoconverted strip. This image stack is part of a grouped set that includes a corresponding time lapse movie.
Time series were recorded using a Nikon U-2000 inverted microscope equipped with a Nikon 100x NA 1.4 objective lens, Perfect Focus System, CSU-10 spinning disc confocal head (Yokogawa) and Evolve EMCCD camera (Roper Scientific) driven by Nikon Elements software. See also: A.L. Jolly et al. 2010 Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107:12151-12156.
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