Movie 1

Time-lapse movie of the anterior region of wild-type lens epithelium combined with a zebrafish transgenic line Tg(h2afva:GFP; EF1α:mCherry-zGem) from 33 to 45 hpf. Green and red fluorescence indicates cells undergoing the G1 and the S/G2/M phase, respectively. In M phase, chromatin labeled in green fluorescence is condensed. Movie images are associated with spot representation, in which dividing, non-dividing, and eliminated cell populations are indicated by yellow, blue, and purple, respectively. Spot colors are based on the rule by which dividing and eliminated cells were marked beforehand, prior to cell division and cell elimination, respectively.

Cell division and cadherin-mediated adhesion regulate lens epithelial cell movement in zebrafish

Toshiaki Mochizuki, Yi-Jyun Luo, Hsieh-Fu Tsai, Akane Hagiwara, and Ichiro Masai

Development 2017. 144:708-719; doi: 10.1242/dev.138909