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Neuron, Vol. 33, 95106, March 28, 2002, Copyright 2002 by Cell Press Massive Light-Driven Translocation of Transducin
 

Summary: Neuron, Vol. 33, 95106, March 28, 2002, Copyright 2002 by Cell Press
Massive Light-Driven Translocation of Transducin
between the Two Major Compartments of Rod Cells:
A Novel Mechanism of Light Adaptation
Philp et al., 1987; Whelan and McGinnis, 1988; Organis-
ciak et al., 1991). More recently, Terakita et al. (1996;
1998) have found that both and subunits of Gq, which
underlies phototransduction in invertebrate photore-
ceptors, also undergo light-dependent movement from
Maxim Sokolov,1,4
Arkady L. Lyubarsky,2,4
Katherine J. Strissel,1,4
Andrey B. Savchenko,2
Viktor I. Govardovskii,1,5
Edward N. Pugh, Jr.,2
and Vadim Y. Arshavsky1,3
1
Department of Ophthalmology
the rhabdomere membranes to the photoreceptor cyto-Harvard Medical School
plasm. While it was hypothesized in these papers thatBoston, Massachusetts 02114

  

Source: Arshavsky, Vadim Y. - Department of Pharmacology, Duke University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine