Video 11. | Toxoplasma gondii F-actin forms an extensive filamentous network required for material exchange and parasite maturation

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Toxoplasma gondii F-actin forms an extensive filamentous network required for material exchange and parasite maturation

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University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; Cancer Research United Kingdom Beatson Institute, United Kingdom; University of Vermont, United States
Video 11. FRAP of filamentous structure.

FRAP treatment in cells stably expressing Cb-Emerald. After FRAP treatment in the nanotubular network, F-actin shows a fluorescence intensity recovery time of 60 s. Scale bar 5 µm. Imaging speed 5 fps.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.24119.024