Channelrhodopsin molecule

Channelrhodopsin molecule

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Caption: Channelrhodopsin molecule. Computer artwork showing a channelrhodopsin protein molecule embedded in a cell membrane. These molecules are found in the membranes of unicellular green algae, where they control the flow of ions across the membrane in response to light. This allows them to act as sensory photoreceptors that control movement in response to light (phototaxis).

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