A plethora of cytoplasmic motors contribute to the directed transport of a wide range of cellular organelles and molecules. Recent studies have advanced our understanding of cargo attachment to motor molecules and the regulation of intracellular transport.
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Work in the author's laboratory is supported by grants from NIH and the American Heart Foundation. We thank Mary Porter and Meg Titus for helpful comments, and lab members, Madeline Serr and Kristin Boylan for careful revision of the text.