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Retinal fold

retinal fold

A congenital or secondary fold, consequent to membrane contraction, producing star-shaped, meridional, or circular fold's on the retina.


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... on out with the truth and go from there... Skytroll, Wow, loved your post, good job! Here is a quote from one of your links: It is regarding the RETINAL PROTEINS The light-driven pumps BR and HR use the energy stored in the 13-cis form of retinal to drive ion transport across the membrane. The ...

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