dehydroretinal


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dehydroretinal

 [de-hi″dro-ret´ĭ-nal]
the aldehyde of dehydroretinol, derived from the visual pigment porphyropsin, found in fresh-water fishes and certain vertebrates and amphibians; its metabolic role is analogous to that of rhodopsin in other animals.

dehydroretinal

the aldehyde of dehydroretinol, derived from the visual pigment porphyropsin, found in freshwater fishes and certain vertebrates and amphibians; its metabolic role is analogous to that of rhodopsin in other animals.
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