The mammalian amiloride-insensitive non-specific salt taste receptor is a vanilloid receptor-1 variant.

@article{Lyall2004TheMA,
  title={The mammalian amiloride-insensitive non-specific salt taste receptor is a vanilloid receptor-1 variant.},
  author={Vijay Lyall and Gerard L. Heck and Anna K. Vinnikova and Shobha Ghosh and T Phan and Rammy I. Alam and Oneal F. Russell and Shahbaz A. Malik and John W. Bigbee and John A Desimone},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={558 Pt 1},
  pages={147-59}
}
The amiloride-insensitive salt taste receptor is the predominant transducer of salt taste in some mammalian species, including humans. The physiological, pharmacological and biochemical properties of the amiloride-insensitive salt taste receptor were investigated by RT-PCR, by the measurement of unilateral apical Na+ fluxes in polarized rat fungiform taste receptor cells and by chorda tympani taste nerve recordings. The chorda tympani responses to NaCl, KCl, NH4Cl and CaCl2 were recorded in… CONTINUE READING
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