2018 CVM News: Hollopeter lab finds off- and on-switches for endocytosis
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This news item is about: Glad to be alive? Thank endocytosis, the process that enables cells to absorb macromolecules. Despite its indispensable nature, scientists aren’t exactly sure how the machinery underpinning endocytosis works. Using the model organism C. elegans –tiny, 1mm-long worms, Gunther Hollopeter, assistant professor of molecular medicine at the College of Veterinary medicine, has published a series of recent papers in the journal eLIFE that reveal new insights into this process.
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Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.; Hollopeter, Gunter; Roberts, Lauren Cahoon