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Live Imaging and Analysis of Cilia and Cell Cycle Dynamics with the Arl13bCerulean-Fucci2a Biosensor and Fucci Tools

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  • M. Van Kerckvoorde
  • M.J. Ford
  • P.L. Yeyati
  • P. Mill
  • R.L. Mort
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Publication date4/06/2021
Host publicationCell Cycle Oscillators
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherHumana Press Inc.
Pages291-309
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781071615386
ISBN (Print)9781071615379
<mark>Original language</mark>English

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NameMethods in Molecular Biology
PublisherHumana Press
Volume2329
ISSN (Print)1064-3745

Abstract

The cell and cilia cycles are inextricably linked through the dual functions of the centrioles at both the basal body of cilia and at mitotic centrosomes. How cilia assembly and disassembly, either through slow resorption or rapid deciliation, are coordinated with cell cycle progression remains unclear in many cell types and developmental paradigms. Moreover, little is known about how additional cilia parameters including changes in ciliary length or frequency of distal tip shedding change with cell cycle stage. In order to explore these questions, we have developed the Arl13bCerulean-Fucci2a tricistronic cilia and cell cycle biosensor (Ford et al., Dev Cell 47:509–523.e7, 2018). This reporter allowed us to document the heterogeneity in ciliary behaviors during the cell cycle at a population level. Without the need for external stimuli, it revealed that in several cell types and in the developing embryo cilia persist beyond the G1/S checkpoint. Here, we describe the generation of stable cell lines expressing Arl13bCerulean-Fucci2a and open-source software to aid morphometric profiling of the primary cilium with cell cycle phases, including changes in cilium length. This resource will allow the investigation of multiple morphometric questions relating to cilia and cell cycle biology.