OR5L2, also known as Olfactory receptor 5L2, is a 34.7 kDa, 311 amino acid protein that is involved in triggering a neuronal response after interacting with odorant molecules in the nose to create the perception of smell. Current research is being conducted to identify the effects of the protein on neuronitis. The protein interacts in signal transduction, olfactory transduction, and GPCR downstream signaling pathways with other proteins such as ADRBK2, GNAL, and ARRB2.
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- olfactory receptor 5L2
- olfactory receptor, family 5, subfamily L, member 2
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