Figure 1. Schematic depiction of typical clathrin-based (A), COPI (B), and COPII (C) coat protein complexes (CPCs) emphasizing their structural and functional homologies emerging from biochemical, biophysical, and in silico prediction studies.

Figure 1

Schematic depiction of typical clathrin-based (A), COPI (B), and COPII (C) coat protein complexes (CPCs) emphasizing their structural and functional homologies emerging from biochemical, biophysical, and in silico prediction studies.16,19,20,47

From: An Evolutionary Perspective on Eukaryotic Membrane Trafficking

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