OR4A5, also known as Olfactory receptor 4A5, is a 34.9 kDa, 315 amino acid protein that is involved in stimulating a neuronal response after interacting with odor molecules in the nose. The protein is being researched for its role in neuronitis. Interactions with GNAL, OR10A3, GNGT1, OR52E6, and OR4C12 occur with the protein in pathways such as GPCR downstream signaling and olfactory transduction.
|Product By Gene ID
- seven transmembrane helix receptor
- olfactory receptor 4A5
- Olfactory receptor OR11-111
- olfactory receptor, family 4, subfamily A, member 5
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