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Summary Expression Gene Literature (8) GO Terms (6) Nucleotides (34) Proteins (21) Interactants (17) Wiki
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Trace amine-associated receptor 1-Family archetype or iconoclast?, Grandy DK., Pharmacol Ther. December 1, 2007; 116 (3): 355-90.


Positive Darwinian selection and the birth of an olfactory receptor clade in teleosts., Hussain A, Saraiva LR, Korsching SI., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. March 17, 2009; 106 (11): 4313-8.


Highly specific responses to amine odorants of individual olfactory receptor neurons in situ., Gliem S, Schild D, Manzini I., Eur J Neurosci. June 1, 2009; 29 (12): 2315-26.            


The selective antagonist EPPTB reveals TAAR1-mediated regulatory mechanisms in dopaminergic neurons of the mesolimbic system., Bradaia A, Trube G, Stalder H, Norcross RD, Ozmen L, Wettstein JG, Pinard A, Buchy D, Gassmann M, Hoener MC, Bettler B., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 24, 2009; 106 (47): 20081-6.


A new perspective for schizophrenia: TAAR1 agonists reveal antipsychotic- and antidepressant-like activity, improve cognition and control body weight., Revel FG, Moreau JL, Pouzet B, Mory R, Bradaia A, Buchy D, Metzler V, Chaboz S, Groebke Zbinden K, Galley G, Norcross RD, Tuerck D, Bruns A, Morairty SR, Kilduff TS, Wallace TL, Risterucci C, Wettstein JG, Hoener MC., Mol Psychiatry. May 1, 2013; 18 (5): 543-56.


Bimodal processing of olfactory information in an amphibian nose: odor responses segregate into a medial and a lateral stream., Gliem S, Syed AS, Sansone A, Kludt E, Tantalaki E, Hassenklöver T, Korsching SI, Manzini I., Cell Mol Life Sci. June 1, 2013; 70 (11): 1965-84.                


Ractopamine, a livestock feed additive, is a full agonist at trace amine-associated receptor 1., Liu X, Grandy DK, Janowsky A., J Pharmacol Exp Ther. July 1, 2014; 350 (1): 124-9.


Different expression domains for two closely related amphibian TAARs generate a bimodal distribution similar to neuronal responses to amine odors., Syed AS, Sansone A, Röner S, Bozorg Nia S, Manzini I, Korsching SI., Sci Rep. September 21, 2015; 5 13935.                

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