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Abstract: The formation of clathrin-coated endocytic vesicles is driven by a complex and highly dynamic molecular machinery. In this issue, Idrissi et al. (Idrissi, F.-Z., H. Grotsch, I.M. Fernandez-Golbano, C. Presciatto-Baschong, H. Riezman, and M.-I. Geli. 2008. J. Cell Biol. 180:1219-1232) reveal some of the secrets of this machinery by analyzing the localizations of nine endocytic proteins during vesicle budding in yeast using quantitative immunoelectron microscopy.
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