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Cnb localizes on the daughter centriole in early mitosis.

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posted on 2020-08-06, 22:16 authored by Emmanuel Gallaud, Anjana Ramdas Nair, Nicole Horsley, Arnaud Monnard, Priyanka Singh, Tri Thanh Pham, David Salvador Garcia, Alexia Ferrand, Clemens Cabernard

How centriole duplication and molecular asymmetry are coupled is unclear for both the apical (A) and basal (C) centrosome. Representative 3D-SIM images of apical (B) and basal (D) third instar neuroblast centrosomes, expressing YFP::Cnb (middle row; white. Green in merge) and stained for Asl (top row; white. Magenta in merge). Orange and yellow shapes highlight mother and daughter centrioles, respectively, and were used to measure signal intensities. The numbers indicate the total Cnb asymmetry ratios (daughter/mother centriole). Colored arrowheads and bars underneath the images highlight the different stages shown in panel G. (E) For prometaphase to telophase centrosomes (apical and basal combined), containing a single Cnb+ centriole, total Asl intensity of the Cnb+ (presumably the daughter) centriole was divided by the total Asl intensity of the Cnb (presumably the mother) centriole. Medians are shown with a red horizontal line. (F) Scatter plot showing total Cnb intensity of the daughter centriole (less Asl), divided by total Cnb intensity on the mother centriole (more Asl). Only apical centrioles containing Cnb on both centrioles were measured. (G) Graph showing the timeline of Cnb’s localization dynamics on the apical and basal centrosome: the bars show the percentage of neuroblasts containing an apical centrosome containing one centriole Cnb+ (dark blue), a basal centrosome containing one centriole without Cnb (dark gray), a centrosome with Cnb on both centrioles (transition stage with a daughter/mother ratio < 2; light green), predominant Cnb localization on the daughter centriole (strong asymmetry with a daughter/mother ratio between 2 and 10; light blue), or in which Cnb is only present on the daughter centriole (complete asymmetry with a daughter/mother ratio > 10; light brown) at defined mitotic stages. For this and all subsequent cartoons: closed and open circles represent established mother and forming daughter centrioles, respectively. Cell-cycle stages are indicated with colored boxes. Scale bar is 0.3 μm The data presented here were obtained from 5 independent experiments. Numerical data for panels E, F, and G can be found in the file S1 Data.xlsx. Asl, Asterless; Cnb, Centrobin; YFP, yellow fluorescent protein; 3D-SIM, 3D structured illuminated microscropy.