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Retinal pigments

retinal pigments

(Science: ophthalmology, physiology) chemicals functioning in the visual cycle in retinal rod cells. Through excitation by visible light, a series of complex molecular changes occur that serve to trigger in the optical nerve endings an impulse transmitted to the brain, resulting in the perception of vision.


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... rhodopsin undergoes photoactivation and bleaches to opsin and all-trans-retinal1, 2. To regenerate rhodopsin and maintain normal visual sensitivity, ... (RGR) opsin12−16 are isomerases in the RPE. In contrast to visual pigments, RGR is bound predominantly to endogenous all-trans-retinal, ...

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... nah, that's not it......well BS! look at the meaning of photosynthetic pigments: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Photosynthetic_pigments Skytroll, ... the bacteriorhodopsin photocycle is the transfer of a proton from the retinal Schiff base to Asp85. To understand the mechanism of this process ...

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... What about phototaxis? --------------------------------------------- Retinal proteins of Halobacterium salinarum Halobacterium salinarum contains four retinal proteins, which are photosynthetic pigments with a retinal chromophore involved in light energy conversion and signal ...

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