Mitosis in a Drosophila syncytial embryo
Drosophila syncytial embryo expressing alpha-tubulin GFP (green) and His-RFP (red). Therefore the microtubules that form the mitotic spindle are seen as green and DNA as red.
Gamma-Tubulin-GFP in Mitotsis
The localisation of gamma-tubulin seen through multiple mitotic cycles.
The microtubule plus end protein EB1 tracked with a GFP tag, with one image at a single focal plain taken ever 600ms. A single mitotic spindle is photo bleached using an argon laser and rate of recovery viewed with altered threshold levels for clarity.
Chromosomal Passenger Complex Localisation Throughout Mitosis
CPC localisation visualised using GFP-tagged Borealin throughout multiple mitotic cycles.
3D Image of a Fixed and Stained Drosophila Embryo
A Drosophila embryo is methanol fixed and stained with an anti-tubulin antibody (green), a anti-aurora A antibody (red) and Hoescht (blue) for DNA. Multiple focal plains have been visualised, with the images obtained projected into this 3D movie.