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VERTEBRATE TRAIT ONTOLOGY - ANNOTATIONS

The Vertebrate Trait Ontology (VT) is being developed as a collaborative effort between the Rat Genome Database at the Medical College of Wisconsin (RGD, http://rgd.mcw.edu), Mouse Genome Informatics at the Jackson Laboratory (http://www.informatics.jax.org/) and the Animal QTL database at Iowa State University (http://www.animalgenome.org/cgi-bin/QTLdb/index). For more information about this vocabulary, or to request additions or changes, please contact us (http://rgd.mcw.edu/contact/index.shtml).

Term:taste sensitivity trait
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Accession:VT:0001986 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any measurable or observable characteristic related to the ability to perceive a particular flavor or suggestion of something imparting a flavor by the chemoreceptors of the gustatory system.
Synonyms:xref: ATOL:0000781;   GO:0050909 "sensory perception of taste"


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
Q Sach6 Saccharin preference QTL 6 IDA RGD PMID:11958542 RGD:631221 NCBI chr 2:116,075,644...228,737,869 JBrowse link
Q Sach7 Saccharin preference QTL 7 IDA RGD PMID:11958542 RGD:631221 NCBI chr 4:55,791,564...82,134,846 JBrowse link

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  vertebrate trait 2379
    organ system trait 1548
      nervous/sensory system trait 117
        sensory trait 4
          gustatory system trait 2
            gustatory system physiology trait 2
              taste sensitivity trait 2
                bitter taste sensitivity trait 0
                salty taste sensitivity trait 0
                sour taste sensitivity trait 0
                sweet taste sensitivity trait 0
                umami taste sensitivity trait 0
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