Current affiliation: University of TorontoSubject: Life SciencesPrimary location: Canada
Published in:Molecular Biology and EvolutionPublication date:2015-10-20
Rhodopsin is the visual pigment protein in the rod cells of your eyes that reacts to light, and is particularly important for vision in dim/dark en...
Published in:Protein SciencePublication date:2016-03-04
A Comparative Study of Rhodopsin Function
Published in:BMC Evolutionary BiologyPublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Canadian Journal of ZoologyPublication date:2012-08-01
Published in:Advances in Marine BiologyPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Endangered Species ResearchPublication date:2013-12-02
Published in:Aquatic Conservation Marine and Freshwater EcosystemsPublication date:2015-06-23
Social structure in the ETS humpback dolphin population
Published in:Aquatic Conservation Marine and Freshwater EcosystemsPublication date:2010-09-08
Published in:Proceedings of The Royal Society B Biological SciencesPublication date:2017-03-01
The molecule responsible for dim-light vision is rhodopsin, a light-sensitive protein in the retina's rod cells. We discovered that naturally occur...
Published in:Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPublication date:2017-06-22