Which cells have the ability to re-isomerize the all-trans retinal back to the 11-cis form?


C) photoreceptor cells (Rods and Cones) "The first step in the monochrome vision process, after light hits the rod cell, is for the chromophore 11-cis-retinal to isomerize to all-trans-retinal. http://www.chemistry.wustl.edu/~edudev/L….
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This is the terminology that your book uses... Dr. Olavarria called it "Retinal" . Retinal and Opsin are two proteins that combine to form
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