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    Hi if I have 3 odours and 4 recptors that they bind to at differing strengths how do I determine the pattern of activity?


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    You really need to explain your question better..

    Which receptor do you mean.

    What odours do you mean.. as odours are not really a thing. Name the chemicals, not the laymens terms.


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