Sensory rhodopsin transducer molecule

Sensory rhodopsin transducer molecule

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Caption: Sensory rhodopsin transducer molecule. Computer model showing the molecular structure of sensory rhodopsin transducer (SRT). SRT is a protein consisting of four similar subunits (coloured) which bind together to form the tertiary structure of the molecule. SRT is involved in the conversion of stimuli from the pigment rhodopsin, in the rod photoreceptor cells of the eye, into an electrical signal to be sent to the brain.

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