What does DLC stand for?
DLC stands for Dynein Light Chain
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Proper segregation is essential for producing haploid meiotic products with a normal complement of chromosomes. The formation of chiasmata (crossover recombination events) appears to generally facilitate proper segregation. However, in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe, when chiasmata are absent, dynein promotes segregation.  Dhc1, the motor subunit of dynein, is required for chromosomal segregation in both the presence and absence of chiasmata.  The dynein light chain.
However, the longer the dendrites grow, the greater the number of PLA dots that are found in a single neuron. Because dynein is a motor that walks along the MT fiber, the NAGK-dynein complex would be expected to localize to MT fibers. Likewise, PLA signals for NAGK-DYNLRB1 (Figure 3a, arrowheads in upper panel) and NAGK-DHC ( Figure 3a, arrowheads in the lower panel) were localized to MT fibers and were distributed in somatodendritic domains. The negative control, where primary antibody was not added, showed no PLA signals (data not shown). Because we found an unexpectedly small number of PLA signals, we performed PLA in HEK293T cells with dynein light-chain.