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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Gilbertson, "Taste receptor cells express pH-sensitive leak K+ channels," Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.
Moreover, Fabian and colleagues [23], by reviewing the mechanisms of taste perception, hypothesized that leptin, besides having an endocrine action, may act in an exocrine manner, at the level of taste receptor cells. The exact way in which this happens is not known, since there is a lack of knowledge about the position, in basal or apical membrane, of leptin receptors at taste cell level.
Wildman et al., "Coupling of bitter receptor to phosphodiesterase through transducin in taste receptor cells," Nature, vol.

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