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Name Gustation Pathway
Description A mature taste bud contains multiple types of taste cells conventionally divided into three types. Type I cells constitute the majority of cells within each bud. They enwrap other cells with flattened processes, express proteins associated with neurotransmitter reuptake or catabolism, and form no apparent specialized contacts with the sensory nerve fibers. Type II cells are the receptor cells for the taste qualities of sweet, bitter, and umami (savory) mediated by the taste receptor (TR) family of G-protein coupled taste receptors and the related phospholipase C (PLC)-mediated downstream cascade. The points of contact between the type II cells and nerve
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