Figure 2.

Three general types of GAL locus motion are observed in yeast populations. (a-c) The image montages represent 20 s samples of an at least 5 min image series, where auto-focus was used for the green channel. (a) The GAL locus is restricted to the nuclear periphery, such that the GAL signal visually overlaps with the NPC signal. (b) The GAL locus is not restricted to the nuclear periphery, but exhibits transient associations. (c) The GAL locus exhibits no association with the nuclear periphery during the time course of image-capture.

Drubin et al. BMC Cell Biology 2006 7:19   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-7-19
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