... as octopuses ) the eye works by projecting images onto a light-sensitive retina
, where the light is detected and transmitted to the brain via the ...
Tapetum lucidum (not in ...
... proteins. For example, a rhodopsin molecule in the plasma membrane of a retina
cell in the eye that was activated by a photon can activate up to ... contraction, release of neurotransmitter from nerve endings, vision in retina
cells, proliferation , secretion , cytoskeleton management, cell ...
... or myopia is a common condition associated with Marfan syndrome. In addition, the weakening of connective tissue often causes detachment of the retina
and/or cornea .
The heart conditions related to Marfan syndrome may not necessarily produce obvious symptoms. As a result, regular ...
... the mechanism in many forms of signal transduction , for example the way in which incoming light is processed in the light-sensitive cells of the retina
The network underlying phosphorylation can be very complex. In some cellular signalling pathways, a protein A ...
... layer of the skin. These stem cells play a pivotal role in healing small cuts. Blood vessels , the dental pulp, the digestive epithelium , the retina
, liver and even the brain are all said to contain stem cells.
Adipose derived adult stem (ADAS) cells have also been isolated from fat, e.g. ...