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Rhodopsin

Introduction: Rhodopsin

Description of Rhodopsin

Rhodopsin: photoreceptor protein found in retinal rods; it is a complex formed by the binding of retinaldehyde, the oxidized form of retinol, to the protein opsin and undergoes a series of complex reactions in response to visible light resulting in the transmission of nerve impulses to the brain.
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Rhodopsin: A photoreceptor protein found in retinal rods. It is a complex formed by the binding of RETINALDEHYDE, the oxidized form of retinol, to the protein OPSIN and undergoes a series of complex reactions in response to visible light resulting in the transmission of nerve impulses to the brain.
Source: MeSH 2007

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