Movie S7

Paneth Cell proximity and displacement
Confocal LSM imaging of an induced wild-type H2B-GFP organoid showing manual tracking of a mitotic cell and its progeny undergoing post-mitotic separation. In this example, the daughters of this mitosis are displaced in proximity to a Paneth cell (recognisable by the large space with no nuclei). This movie was used in stills in S2 figure.

Interkinetic nuclear migration and basal tethering facilitates post-mitotic daughter separation in intestinal organoids

Thomas D. Carroll, Alistair J. Langlands, James M. Osborne, Ian P. Newton, Paul L. Appleton, and Inke Näthke

J Cell Sci 2017. 130:3862-3877; doi: 10.1242/jcs.211656