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  1. and our group was one among them who discovered this new light receptor called melanopsin.
  2. And that's how every day, in the morning, with the first sight of light, these melanopsin
  3. And actually, that's very important for melanopsin because we know we have rhodopsin that's extremely
  4. So, one interesting thing with melanopsin, it's very less sensitive to light.
  5. For example, you may need almost 1000 lux of light to fully activate melanopsin.
  6. And then another interesting part of melanopsin is it integrates light over time.
  7. But melanopsin stays active for several seconds after lights are off.
  8. So, when we discovered melanopsin, we thought that these cells connect only to the master
  9. of melanopsin because it senses light, and in diurnal organisms like us, it does know
  10. melanopsin to really activate and suppress the melatonin, make us more alert and reset
  11. melanopsin recep-...
  12. This is a pigment which we call melanopsin.
  13. Eventually, the light-sensitive molecule was found and it was called melanopsin, or OPN4,
  14. So the fact that melanopsin is turning up in chromosome 10 makes chromosome 10 my favourite
  15. called melanopsin proteins,
  16. in the melanopsin age. And this
  17. sensitive photo pigment melanopsin.
  18. melanopsin receptor. During the evening
  19. the third receptor which has a melanopsin photo pigments in them. And there were very
  20. However an occasional ganglion cell contains the photopigment called the melanopsin.