OR2M3 (Olfactory Receptor, Family 2, Subfamily M, Member 3): OR2M3 belongs to the olfactory receptor gene family, one of the largest gene families in mammals, responsible for the sense of smell. These receptors detect volatile odor compounds and are highly diverse, allowing for the perception of a wide range of smells. OR2M3, like other olfactory receptors, is expressed in the olfactory epithelium of the nose and plays a role in odor detection and signal transduction to the brain. Studies on olfactory receptors like OR2M3 contribute to our understanding of smell and may have implications for flavor science and the development of synthetic odorants.


Test(s) that measure/test for OR2M3

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