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All eukaryotic cells rely on endocytosis to regulate the plasma membrane proteome and lipidome. Most eukaryotic groups, with the exception of fungi and animals, have retained the evolutionary ancient TSET complex as a regulator of endocytosis. Despite the presence of similar building blocks in TSET, compared to other coatomer complexes, structural insight into this adaptor complex is lacking. Here, we elucidate the molecular architecture of the octameric plant TSET complex (TPLATE complex/TPC)doi:10.1101/2020.08.13.249276 fatcat:ft3slz6apvc6tjif6tcbjjiyp4