Extended Data Fig. 2: Representative septal FtsW-RFP trajectories are segmented and fit with line to extract directional-moving speeds. | Nature Microbiology

Extended Data Fig. 2: Representative septal FtsW-RFP trajectories are segmented and fit with line to extract directional-moving speeds.

From: A two-track model for the spatiotemporal coordination of bacterial septal cell wall synthesis revealed by single-molecule imaging of FtsW

Extended Data Fig. 2

Raw trajectories of single FtsW-RFP molecules along the septal circumference are demonstrated as orange lines. Gary, light-yellow, and light-blue shades indicate segments of stationary, low-moving, and fast-moving states respectively. Corresponding speeds, obtained by linear fitting, are shown as solid line and labelled in each sub-figure. Supplementary videos 6 to 9 correspond to trajectories a to d.

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