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* '''Answer''': Temporary! The bat can recover its vision if the GABA receptor is cleaved from cAMP/ATP dependent competitive ligands, thus allowing GPCR based signal transduction to occur normally. [[http://www.reactome.org/entitylevelview/PathwayBrowser.html#DB=gk_current&FOCUS_SPECIES_ID=48887&FOCUS_PATHWAY_ID=500792&ID=419426 REACTOME]]  
* '''Answer''': Temporary! The bat can recover its vision if the GABA receptor is cleaved from cAMP/ATP dependent competitive ligands, thus allowing GPCR based signal transduction to occur normally. [[http://www.reactome.org/entitylevelview/PathwayBrowser.html#DB=gk_current&FOCUS_SPECIES_ID=48887&FOCUS_PATHWAY_ID=500792&ID=419426 REACTOME]]  
** Notice also that the S1PR4 gene is a '''near-neighboor''' of the Cannabinoid receptors! (Hint hint)
** Notice also that the S1PR4 gene is a '''near-neighboor''' of the Cannabinoid receptors! (Hint hint)
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* Question 2: Peripheral Visual Memory Addressing, a Rhodopsin related hack ? :)
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References on Rhodopsin

Unresolved questions

  • Question 1: In the expression "blind as a bat", is the bat blindness a permanent or temporary phenomenon and how could you assert this is related to cGMP/ATP based phosphorylation of the Rhodopsin kinase?
  • Answer: Temporary! The bat can recover its vision if the GABA receptor is cleaved from cAMP/ATP dependent competitive ligands, thus allowing GPCR based signal transduction to occur normally. [REACTOME]
    • Notice also that the S1PR4 gene is a near-neighboor of the Cannabinoid receptors! (Hint hint)
  • Question 2: Peripheral Visual Memory Addressing, a Rhodopsin related hack ? :)

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