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“However, the sun is actually so bright that if you look at it please don't try all the light-sensing cells in your retina are immediately overloaded.”
“Their technique involves introducing light-sensing molecules, or "photoswitches," into retinas that have lost photoreceptor cells.”
“Zinc is an essential component of many enzymes, including those producing light-sensing retinal from vitamin A.”
“To take a common example, our eyes are complex structures, but we can observe light-sensing structures in other creatures that are at various stages of the evolutionary history of the eye.”
“Researchers created hybrid proteins by fusing the gene for a light-sensing pigment normally found in the eye to the genes for various members of a family of receptor proteins.”
“Growing a mixed 'lawn' of two kinds of nanowires can make a new kind of light-sensing array that could be made in metre-scale sheets.”
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“Because of the way the light-sensing cones in the retina and the neurons in the brain process light and space, the best vision any human can have is 20/10.”
“The condition treated, wet age-related macular degeneration, is an eye disease characterized by abnormal blood vessels that form under the retina, the light-sensing part of the eye.”
“However, the actual eyes that the gene forms are not a result of common ancestry – their shared ancestor most likely lacked eyes, although it may have had light-sensing ability.”
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