Trace amine-associated receptor 2 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TAAR2 gene.
A recent paper showed that, along with TAAR1, TAAR2 is required for full activity of trace amines in PMN cells.
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References for synthetic TAAR1 agonists can be found at TAAR1
or in the associated compound articles. For TAAR2 and TAAR5 agonists and antagonists, see TAAR