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Extended Data Table 3 The distribution of geniculate ganglion neurons according to their responses to each of the five basic taste qualities in T2r::SEMA7A, wild-type controls and Pkd2l1::SEMA7A-transgenic animals
Because of differences in total numbers of cells between the genotypes, the data are presented as percentage (%) of cells responding to the various stimuli. All data are included in Fig. 4. Note that bitter–sour neurons reflect the activation of T2Rs (see ref. 21), and were grouped in Fig. 4.