Endocytic adaptor molecules reveal an endosomal population of clathrin by total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy.

@article{Keyel2004EndocyticAM,
  title={Endocytic adaptor molecules reveal an endosomal population of clathrin by total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy.},
  author={Peter A Keyel and Simon C. Watkins and Linton M. Traub},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={279 13},
  pages={13190-204}
}
Most eukaryotes utilize a single pool of clathrin to assemble clathrin-coated transport vesicles at different intracellular locations. Coat assembly is a cyclical process. Soluble clathrin triskelia are recruited to the membrane surface by compartment-specific adaptor and/or accessory proteins. Adjacent triskelia then pack together to assemble a polyhedral lattice that progressively invaginates, budding off the membrane surface encasing a nascent transport vesicle that is quickly uncoated… CONTINUE READING
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