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Supplemental Material for Kweon et al., 2018

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posted on 03.05.2018, 13:53 by Sin Ho Kweon, Jongbin Lee, Chunghun Lim, Joonho Choe

Figure S1 sraKO mutant flies display normal morphology in axonal projections from PDF-expressing circadian pacemaker neurons.

Figure S2 sraKO mutation decreases PER and TIM levels in PDF-expressing circadian pacemaker neurons. Adult fly brains were dissected at ZT23 in LD cycles.

Figure S3 A transgenic reporter for sra promoter activity (sra-Gal4) is expressed in various brain regions of adult fly.

Figure S4 sra depletion in PDF-expressing clock neurons is sufficient to dampen rhythm amplitude in free-running circadian locomotor behaviors.

Figure S5 Conditional depletion of sra in PDF-expressing neurons causes poor rhythmicity in free-running locomotor behaviors.

Figure S6 Genomic deletion of each calcineurin subunit weakens rhythm amplitude in free-running circadian locomotor behaviors.

Figure S7 Pharmacological inhibition of calcineurin reduces the steady-state levels of PER and TIM, but not CLK proteins, in Drosophila S2 cells.

Table S1 sra mutant flies display poor rhythmicity in free-running locomotor behaviors in DD.

Table S2 sra depletion in PDF-expressing clock neurons is sufficient to dampen rhythm amplitude in free-running circadian locomotor behaviors.

Table S3 Conditional depletion of sra in PDF-expressing neurons dampens free-running circadian locomotor rhythms.

Table S4 sra overexpression in circadian pacemaker neurons disrupts free-running locomotor rhythms in DD.

Table S5 Genomic deletion of each calcineurin subunit weakens rhythm amplitude in free-running circadian locomotor behaviors.

Table S6 A constitutively active form of Pp2B-14D disrupts free-running circadian behaviors in a dose-dependent manner.

Table S7 sra genetically suppresses Pp2B-14DACT to sustain circadian locomotor rhythms.

Table S8 Oral administration of cyclosporine A (CsA) lengthens circadian periods in free-running locomotor rhythms of wild-type flies.

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Article title

High-Amplitude Circadian Rhythms in Drosophila Driven by Calcineurin-Mediated Post-translational Control of sarah

Manuscript #

GENETICS/2018/300808R1

Article DOI

10.1534/genetics.118.300808