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Cells see the light with melanopsin

Creation of light-sensitive cells could lead to treatments for blindness.

The brain?s ability to sense light is about more than vision. Credit: © Punchstock

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Khamsi, R. Cells see the light with melanopsin. Nature (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/news050124-13

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