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How to control traffic on cellular highways

19:00 EST 8 Nov 2017 | AAAS

(Rutgers University) Inside cells, protein 'motors' act like trucks on tiny cellular highways to deliver life-sustaining cargoes. Now a team led by Rutgers University-New Brunswick researchers has discovered how cells deploy enzymes to place traffic control and 'roadway under construction' signs along cellular highways.

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