In this new assay, light dependent activation of the human rhodopsin protein initiates the yeast mating pathway and results in the signaling of a fluorescent reporter. This innovative technique allowed the authors to characterize a panel of known rhodopsin mutations and to explore the molecular mechanisms that lead to their to pathogenicity.
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- To see or not to see: molecular evolution of the rhodopsin visual pigment in neotropical electric fishes October 4, 2019
- Coupling of human rhodopsin to a yeast signaling pathway October 4, 2019
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