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Place 22 Â 22 mm coverslip on top of the tape and press down to seal. Press only on the tape and not in the middle of the path because you can crack the cover glass. When pressing on the tape, it should become more transparent indicating that the chamber is sealed (Figure 1(A) and (C)). 1 mm deep because the double stick tape is 100 mm thick. The cover glass is 22 mm long, setting the length of the flow path. These two lengths are fixed, so the volume of the chamber is totally determined by the width of the flow path between the two pieces of double stick tape.
5. Flow in 10 mL of microtubule dilution into the flow chamber. Incubate for 2 min. 6. During the 2 min incubation add glucose and deoxy to the Motility Mix buffer. 7. Flow in 10 mL of Motility Mix buffer to the flow chamber. The Motility Mix activates the gliding assay by giving kinesin the ATP source to move the microtubules. 8. Image using epifluorescence. Take movies with 3e5 s between frames, shuttering in between to avoid photobleaching or photodamage. Movies are saved as stacks of tiffs or ND2 files using Nikon Elements software.
B. Add 1 mL of each fraction to respective circles. c. Stain with Coomassie for 30 s. d. Destain until protein dots are clear and darker than the background. 33 34 CHAPTER 2 Microtubules, MAPs, and motor patterns 18. Save 20 mL gel samples of each fraction. 19. Desalt using PD-10 column or similar into PEM-100. a. Remove top and bottom cap of column. b. Allow buffer to completely drain by gravity flow. c. Add 10 mL PEM-100 and allow to completely enter gel bed. d. Add 500 mL of elution with protein (determined by dot blot).