Car Disassembly 3d Cracked 15 [REPACK]
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Car Disassembly 3d Cracked 15
In fungal cells cytokinesis requires coordinated closure of a contractile actomyosin ring (CAR) and synthesis of a special cell wall structure known as the division septum. Many CAR proteins have been identified and characterized, but how these molecules interact with the septum synthesis enzymes to form the septum remains unclear. Our genetic study using fission yeast shows that cooperation between the paxillin homolog Pxl1, required for ring integrity, and Bgs1, the enzyme responsible for linear β(1,3)glucan synthesis and primary septum formation, is required for stable anchorage of the CAR to the plasma membrane before septation onset, and for cleavage furrow formation. Thus, lack of Pxl1 in combination with Bgs1 depletion, causes failure of ring contraction and lateral cell wall overgrowth towards the cell lumen without septum formation. We also describe here that Pxl1 concentration at the CAR increases during cytokinesis and that this increase depends on the SH3 domain of the F-BAR protein Cdc15. In consequence, Bgs1 depletion in cells carrying a cdc15ΔSH3 allele causes ring disassembly and septation blockage, as it does in cells lacking Pxl1. On the other hand, the absence of Pxl1 is lethal when Cdc15 function is affected, generating a large sliding of the CAR with deposition of septum wall material along the cell cortex, and suggesting additional functions for both Pxl1 and Cdc15 proteins. In conclusion, our findings indicate that CAR anchorage to the plasma membrane through Cdc15 and Pxl1, and concomitant Bgs1 activity, are necessary for CAR maintenance and septum formation in fission yeast.
In this work, we show that the functions of Pxl1 in the CAR and Bgs1 in the membrane are necessary for stable CAR anchorage. Additionally, cooperation between Pxl1 and Bgs1 is shown to be essential for CAR maintenance and septum formation, since cells without Bgs1 display CAR disassembly and cannot form septa when Pxl1 is absent or when the Pxl1 levels in the ring are reduced, as in the case of cells carrying the defective cdc15ΔSH3 allele.
The analysis of the cytokinetic defects caused by the lack of Cdc15 SH3 domain using cdc15ΔSH3-GFP rlc1+-RFP cells revealed that in some cells with open septa Cdc15ΔSH3 delocalization and CAR disassembly occurred (S4B and S4C Fig), coinciding with a delocalization of Bgs1, which extended along the septum membrane, and a slower rate of septum formation (S4D Fig). Occasionally, the disappearance of Cdc15ΔSH3 was also accompanied with a reduced CW stain (S4C Fig, lower panels). This reduction might be caused by the recently described delay in the traffic of Bgs1 from the trans-Golgi network to the plasma membrane that occurs in cdc15ΔSH3 cells during cytokinesis . To see if the decrease in Pxl1 was the cause of this delayed Bgs1 recruitment in cdc15ΔSH3 cells, we performed time-lapse experiments in wild type, cdc15ΔSH3, and pxl1Δ cells carrying GFP-Bgs1 and RFP-Atb2. Bgs1 was detected as a band in the septum assembly site at +12 min after the spindle appeared in wild type and also in pxl1Δ cells, while in cdc15ΔSH3 cells the Bgs1 band was detected at +18 min (Fig 5F and 5G). Time measurements of the appearance of GFP-Bgs1 as a ring confirmed the already described recruitment delay in cdc15ΔSH3 cells . In contrast, no Bgs1 delay or reduction was detected in pxl1Δ cells (Fig 5F and 5G).
Before that, in 2017 a pixel-accuracy aiming engine re-implementation, based on several disassembly/decompilation efforts, became available by David Gow. C99 source code is hosted on GitHub under GPLv2. Originally only meant for Keen 5, it now supports Keen 4, 5 and 6.