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How the retina marches to the beat of its own drum

One of many light-sensitive pigments was found to set the retina’s own biological tempo while others set the body’s master clock.

Neuropsin in the Retina
Neuropsin (in blue) was found in nerve cells in the retina of a genetically engineered mouse.
Credit: Wendy Yue, Johns Hopkins Medicine