Planar cell movements and oriented cell division during early primitive streak formation in the mammalian embryo
Version of Record online: 14 JUL 2011
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Volume 240, Issue 8, pages 1905–1916, August 2011
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Halacheva, V., Fuchs, M., Dönitz, J., Reupke, T., Püschel, B. and Viebahn, C. (2011), Planar cell movements and oriented cell division during early primitive streak formation in the mammalian embryo. Dev. Dyn., 240: 1905–1916. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.22687
- Issue online: 14 JUL 2011
- Version of Record online: 14 JUL 2011
- Manuscript Accepted: 2 JUN 2011
- Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Grant Number: Vi 151/8-1
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|DVDY_22687_sm_suppfig1.tif||1083K||Supporting Figure 1 Principal neighbor cell changes along the mediolateral axis and in the vicinity of the presumptive primitive streak area, showing relative positions of the cells involved at the start (a, b, and c) and at the end (a′, b′, and c′) of their movement. The relative position of the cells in every group of cells was depicted with green (start) and magenta (end) triangles to highlight the principal change in the arrangement as a result of conventional intercalation (A) or in different processional cell movement (PCM) subclasses (B, C, D).|
|DVDY_22687_sm_suppmovie1.mov||5328K||Supporting Movie 1 Cell movements (L- and U-turns) in the posterior half of DAPI (4′,6-diamidine-2-phenylidole-dihydrochloride) -stained rabbit embryonic disc before gastrulation by means of multiphoton time-lapse recording. The still pictures shown in Figure 2 were taken from this movie. For details see legend of Figure 2A–C.|
|DVDY_22687_sm_suppmovie2.mov||5106K||Supporting Movie 2 Cellular movements in the presumptive primitive streak area (same image series as in Supp. Movie S1) demonstrating processional cell movement (PCM) semiquantitatively. Processional cells were marked “a” and their neighboring cells “b” and “c.” The relative position of the cells in every group of cells was depicted with green (start) and magenta (end) triangles to show the changes in the arrangement as a result of PCM. For details, see Figure 2D–G.|
|DVDY_22687_sm_suppmovie3.mov||1596K||Supporting Movie 3 Processional cell movement (PCM) as seen with differential interfering contrast (DIC) time-lapse recording shown in Fig. 3. The changes in the relative position of the neighboring cells were illustrated with triangles as in movie 2. For details, see legend of Supp. Movie S2 and Figure 3.|
|DVDY_22687_sm_suppmovie4.mov||4745K||Supporting Movie 4 Three triplets of neighboring cells in the presumptive primitive streak area exhibiting processional cell movement (PCM). For details, see legend of Supp. Movie S2.|
|DVDY_22687_sm_suppmovie5.mov||3161K||Supporting Movie 5 Rapid metaphase plate rotation in the posterior gastrula extension (PGE) area as seen with differential interfering contrast (DIC) time-lapse recording shown in Figure 6. For details, see legend of Figure 7.|
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