Cellular traffic controllers caught managing flow of signals from receptors
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Proteins that act like air traffic controllers, managing the flow of signals in and out of human cells, have been observed for the first time with unprecedented detail using advanced microscopy techniques. New findings could inform the development of better drugs for pain relief, diabetes or heart failure.
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