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Learn about the latest research into how cells use chains of ubiquitin – a small protein regulatory protein – to control innate immune signalling in a new review in Molecular Cell by Ludwig’s Mads Gyrd-Hansen and Matous Hrdinka. Their review focuses on how ubiquitin chains are tightly regulated and the consequences of deregulation in human diseases.