CHC22 and CHC17 clathrins have distinct biochemical properties and display differential regulation and function

Philip N. Dannhauser, Stéphane M. Camus, Kazuho Sakamoto, L. Amanda Sadacca, Jorge A. Torres, Marine D. Camus, Kit Briant, Stéphane Vassilopoulos, Alice Rothnie, Corinne J. Smith, Frances M. Brodsky*

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