odor and humans

Bo Servenius bo.servenius at wblab.lu.se
Tue Dec 13 14:28:05 EST 1994


In article <3c6ski$5cf at due.unit.no> Anne Karin Amundgaard,
aka at nvg.unit.no writes:
>says: "The family of protein receptors that underlies odor recognition
>has not been identified, and the physiological basis for discrimination
>between the tens of thousands of different odor qualities is speculative.


some of these receptors have been cloned see
http://receptor.mgh.harvard.edu/FA_group1.html#OLFACTORY

yours

bosse
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