Movie S5.

Ca2+ flux in GCaMP-containing oocytes activated in vitro. See text and the legend to Fig. 2 for details. We believe that the brief “fluttering” in the signal that occurs occasionally in this movie is a consequence of transient differences in local Ca2+ flux, perhaps due to small fluctuations of Ca2+ concentration in the solution around the oocyte.

Calcium waves occur as Drosophila oocytes activate

Taro Kaneuchi, Caroline V. Sartain, Satomi Takeo, Vanessa L. Horner, Norene A. Buehner, Toshiro Aigaki, and Mariana F. Wolfner

PNAS. 2015. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1420589112