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Ochi T, Quarantotti V, Lin H, Jullien J, Rosa E Silva I, Boselli F, Barnabas DD, Johnson CM, McLaughlin SH, Freund SMV, Blackford AN, Kimata Y, Goldstein RE, Jackson SP, Blundell TL, Dutcher SK, Gergely F, van Breugel M. CCDC61/VFL3 Is a Paralog of SAS6 and Promotes Ciliary Functions. Structure. 2020 Jun 2;28(6):674-689.e11. doi: 10.1016/j.str.2020.04.010 Copyright 2020 MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Published by Elsevier Ltd. This is an open access article under the CC BY license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).
Ochi, Takashi; Lin, Huawen; Dutcher, Susan K; and et al., "CCDC61/VFL3 is a paralog of SAS6 and promotes ciliary functions." Structure. 28, 6. 674 - 689.e11. (2020).
Video S1. Localization of Wild-Type VFL3 to Chlamydomonas Basal Bodies, Related to Figure 5. Cells were stained with acetylated α-tubulin (red) for cilia and rootlet microtubules, anti-HA (green) for UNI2, and anti-GFP (magenta) for VFL3. z stacked images start from the distal ends of basal bodies (labeled by positions of UNI2) and move toward the proximal ends. Scale bar, 0.8 μm.