TyrR, l(3)neo30, Ocr, hono, honoka
Gene model reviewed during 5.46
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FlyBase Curator comment: The product of the CG7485 (FBgn0004514) gene has been characterized and referred to as both an "octopamine receptor" (e.g. FBrf0052683) and a "tyramine receptor" (e.g. FBrf0051655). Several other studies have explicitly referred to it as a mixed-type "octopamine/tyramine receptor" (e.g. FBrf0068659, FBrf0099466, FBrf0155846, FBrf0189828). The FlyBase symbol/name has been changed from 'TyrR/Tyramine receptor' to 'Oct-TyrR/Octopamine-Tyramine receptor' to reflect this.
Tyramine, rather than octopamine, is likely to be the true ligand of the TyrR product. Tyramine seems to function as a neuromodulator.
Mutants show defective olfactory behaviour.
The octopamine/tyramine receptor, when permanently expressed in a heterologous cell line both inhibits adenylate cyclase activity and leads to elevation of intracellular calcium levels by separate G-protein coupled pathways.
'honoka' means 'faint smell' in Japanese.