Rikard Frederiksen

Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA 
Visual System
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Yue WWS, Silverman D, Ren X, et al. (2019) Elementary response triggered by transducin in retinal rods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Morshedian A, Toomey MB, Pollock GE, et al. (2017) Cambrian origin of the CYP27C1-mediated vitamin A1-to-A2 switch, a key mechanism of vertebrate sensory plasticity. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 170362
Sato S, Frederiksen R, Cornwall MC, et al. (2017) The retina visual cycle is driven by cis retinol oxidation in the outer segments of cones. Visual Neuroscience. 34: E004
Yue WW, Frederiksen R, Ren X, et al. (2017) Spontaneous activation of visual pigments in relation to openness/closedness of chromophore-binding pocket. Elife. 6
Toomey MB, Lind O, Frederiksen R, et al. (2016) Complementary shifts in photoreceptor spectral tuning unlock the full adaptive potential of ultraviolet vision in birds. Elife. 5
Frederiksen R, Nymark S, Kolesnikov AV, et al. (2016) Rhodopsin kinase and arrestin binding control the decay of photoactivated rhodopsin and dark adaptation of mouse rods. The Journal of General Physiology. 148: 1-11
Toomey MB, Collins AM, Frederiksen R, et al. (2015) A complex carotenoid palette tunes avian colour vision. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 12
Wilby D, Toomey MB, Olsson P, et al. (2015) Optics of cone photoreceptors in the chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus). Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 12
Wang JS, Nymark S, Frederiksen R, et al. (2014) Chromophore supply rate-limits mammalian photoreceptor dark adaptation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 11212-21
Frederiksen R, Boyer NP, Nickle B, et al. (2012) Low aqueous solubility of 11-cis-retinal limits the rate of pigment formation and dark adaptation in salamander rods. The Journal of General Physiology. 139: 493-505
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