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Fig. 1

From: Microdomain formation is a general property of bacterial membrane proteins and induces heterogeneity of diffusion patterns

Fig. 1

Representative pictures of fluorescence microscopy experiments showing patterns of membrane protein distribution according to their subcellular localization. The mVenus-tagged membrane proteins were observed in a diffuse, b punctate, c punctate/sporulation, d patchy, e polar, and f polar/septal patterns of distribution. g, h OpuAA and OpuAB form a complex in vivo, and both localize in a punctate pattern. i, j Both subunits of the ZnuAB complex localize in a patchy pattern. Gray lines in panels af 2 μm, white lines in gj 3 μm

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