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Comparative super-resolution mapping of basal feet reveals a modular but distinct architecture in primary and motile cilia

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In situ molecular architecture analysis of organelles and protein assemblies is essential to understanding the role of individual components and their cellular function, and to engineering new molecular functionalities. Through a super-resolution-driven approach, here we characterize the organization of the ciliary basal foot, an appendage of basal bodies whose main role is to provide a point of anchoring to the microtubule cytoskeleton. Quantitative image analysis shows that the basal foot is organized into three main regions linked by elongated coiled-coil proteins, revealing a conserved modular architecture in primary and motile cilia, but showing distinct features reflecting its specialized functions. Using domain-specific BioID proximity labeling and super-resolution imaging, we identify CEP112 as a basal foot protein and other candidate components of this assembly, aiding future investigations on the role of basal foot across different cilia systems.

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hal-04018936 , version 1 (08-03-2023)

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Quynh P. H. Nguyen, Zhen Liu, Alexandra Albulescu, Hong Ouyang, Lorna Zlock, et al.. Comparative super-resolution mapping of basal feet reveals a modular but distinct architecture in primary and motile cilia. Developmental Cell, 2020, Developmental cell, 55 (2), pp.209-223.E7. ⟨10.1016/j.devcel.2020.09.015⟩. ⟨hal-04018936⟩

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