Clathrin Coats and Endocytosis

So we all know that organelles and cellular materials move about. One way that endocytic traffic occurs is via clathrin-coated vesicles. The clathrin coat, which is made of proteins, interacts through receptors with extracellular molecules that are going to be taken up into the cell. In other words, the clathrin-coats help facilitate endocytosis. Clathrin-mediated uptake … Continue reading Clathrin Coats and Endocytosis