Yeast Images

S. cerevisiae images available from The Cell: An Image Library

Cell Image Library Reference

The Cell: An Image Library™ is a public repository of images and videos. These images have been reviewed and many have been annotated. You will find that The Cell provides a large collection of yeast images and videos.

The Cell is funded by NIGMS Grand Opportunities grant RC2GM092708 to the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB). We encourage you to submit images from your work to The Cell.

The following images were previously provided by the yeast community for distribution bu SGD. You are welcome to use these images, however please be respectful and cite the person(s) who provided the image as the source. If you have images you would be willing to make available for public use, please contribute them to The Cell Library mentioned above.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae images provided by Diane Nowicki and Ryan Liermann
DY150 cells in stationary phase. [electron micrograph]
DY150 cells undergoing detergent mediated (Y-PER) lysis. [electron micrograph, 12,000X]

Saccharomyces cerevisiae images provided by Peter Hollenhorst and Catherine Fox
wildtype cells (W303 derivative). [light micrograph]
fkh1 delete cells (W303 derivative). [light micrograph]
fkh2 delete cells (W303 derivative). [light micrograph]
fkh1 fkh2 double delete cells showing pseudohyphal growth (W303 derivative). [light micrograph]

Saccharomyces cerevisiae images provided by Carsten Kettner
wildtype YCC588 cells stained with Calcofluor White. [fluorescent micrograph, 1000X]
wildtype YCC588 protoplasts. [DIC image, 400X]  
wildtype YCC588 protoplasts. [DIC image, 400X]

Saccharomyces cerevisiae images provided by Dan Eshel
Axial-budding cells with oval, rounded mother tips
Bi-polar budding cells with "lemon"-shaped mother tips

Saccharomyces cerevisiae image provided by Teresa Rinaldi
wildtype W303 cells, with GFP imported into mitochondria and DNA stained with dapi. [fluorescence microscopy image, 100X]

Saccharomyces cerevisiae movies provided by Kerry Bloom
Fluorescent tufts of kinetochore microtubules shortening to the pole  more
gRNA-ASH1 in bud6 cells (Strain JZY1345)  more
Kar9-GFP in WT (Strain YEF473A)  more
Link to the Bloom lab Bloom lab page

Saccharomyces cerevisiae movie provided by Michel Jacquet
Oscillatory nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of Msn2-GFP in W303

Schizosaccharomyces pombe pictures available from the Forsburg lab page

Saccharomyces cerevisiae images provided by Maxim Zakhartsev
Wild type Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain BY4742 (EUROSCARF) in continuous culture at 22.5 degrees C. Instrument: confocal laser microscope Carl Zeiss LSM 510 Meta, phase contrast imaging. Authors: Dr. Maxim Zakhartsev and Doris Petroi, International University Bremen, Germany  
Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain InvSC1 (Invitrogen) transformed with pYES2-eGFP expressing intracellularly recombinant eGFP (enhanced green fluorescent protein from jellyfish Aequorea victoria). Top, large eGFP fluorescence image; Bottom, composite image: upper left, eGFP fluorescence; upper right, phase contrast image; lower left, superimposed image. Instrument: confocal laser microscope Carl Zeiss LSM 510; Meta. eGFP has been excited by argon laser at 488 nm. Authors: Dr. Maxim Zakhartsev, Dr. Sergei Rarozin, Carmen Momeu, International University Bremen, Germany