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Related to Figure 2. γ-tubulin localization during the separation phase of spermatogenesis
Live imaging of a wild-type spermatocyte expressing GFP:γ-tubulin (green), histone:mCherry (red), and a membrane localized mCherry (red). Note the apparent movement of GFP:γ-tubulin from the centrosome to the interface between the cell and residual body (RB). Time in minutes indicated in the upper right hand corner.

Cytoskeletal variations in an asymmetric cell division support diversity in nematode sperm size and sex ratios

Ethan S. Winter, Anna Schwarz, Gunar Fabig, Jessica L. Feldman, André Pires-daSilva, Thomas Müller-Reichert, Penny L. Sadler, and Diane C. Shakes

Development 2017. 144:3253-3263; doi: 10.1242/dev.153841