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How do we Taste Our Morning Coffee? Science Reveals a Surprising Answer

News   Jan 10, 2018 | Original Story by Charlotte Hsu

 
Both TRPM4 and TRPM5 Channels are Essential for Taste

A microscope image of taste buds in a mouse tongue shows taste cells with TRPM4 ion channels highlighted in red. Credit: Debarghya Dutta Banik, University at Buffalo

 
 
 

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