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All responsive neurons are included in the table. The numbers of cells responding to the various stimuli in SEMA3A-mutant animals and their littermate controls are shown; all data are included in Fig. 2. Note that because bitter–sour-tuned neurons reflect the activation of T2Rs (see ref. 21), they were grouped in the table and in Fig. 2.