Just under the cell surface, proteins engage in an intricate ballet to drive a transport process called endocytosis. Much is known about the individual dancers, but now the choreography is revealed.
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Duncan, M., Payne, G. Protein choreography. Nature 438, 571–573 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/438571a