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Discs of mammalian rod photoreceptors form through the membrane evagination mechanism

Photoreceptor discs are membrane organelles harboring components of the visual signal transduction pathway. The mechanism by which discs form remains enigmatic and is the subject of a major controversy. Classical studies suggest that discs are formed...

Journal Title: The Journal of Cell Biology Nov 9, 2015, Vol.211(3), p.495
Main Author: Ding, Jin-Dong
Other Authors: Salinas, Raquel , Arshavsky, Vadim
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abstractPhotoreceptor discs are membrane organelles harboring components of the visual signal transduction pathway. The mechanism by which discs form remains enigmatic and is the subject of a major controversy. Classical studies suggest that discs are formed...
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