Supplementary Materials

Molecular to organismal chirality is induced by the conserved myosin 1D

G. Lebreton, C. Géminard, F. Lapraz, S. Pyrpassopoulos, D. Cerezo, P. Spéder, E. M. Ostap, S. Noselli

Materials/Methods, Supplementary Text, Tables, Figures, and/or References

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  • Materials and Methods
  • Figs. S1 to S7
  • Table S1
  • Captions for Movies S1 to S3
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Movie S1
Video showing the locomotion in liquid of a control and a myo1D-expressing larva with 180° twisting. While the control larva crawls linearly with its ventral side at the bottom, the myo1D-expressing larva executes directional (Dextral) barrel rolls.
Movie S2
Video showing the locomotion in liquid of a myo1D and a myo1C-expressing larvae both with the same twisting angle of 90°, but with opposite twisting directions, of 90° Dextral and Sinistral, respectively. The myo1D-expressing larva makes Dextral barrel rolls while the myo1C-expressing one rolls in the opposite, Sinistral direction.
Movie S3
The upper left and right panels show actin gliding powered by Myo1D and Myo1C, correspondingly, on supported lipid bilayer of 2% PI(4,5)P2-98% DOPC. The lower left and right panels show actin gliding powered by Myo1D and Myo1C, correspondingly, on supported lipid bilayer of 2% biotin-PE -98% DOPC. The scale bar corresponds to 5 μm.