SMILES:
C=CCC1=CC2=C(C=C1)OCO2

Aroma Description:
anise, floral, sassafrass, spicy, sweet, warm, woody1

Receptor log10 EC50 Adj. Top Antagonist? Hypothesized PQ Associated Perceptual Qualities (PQs)
OR1G1 - 7.3604 2  waxy7
waxy, orange, tart, aldehydic, sweet, clean, citrus, fresh, anise, dusty, fruity, medicinal, fatty, oily
OR52D1 - 3.0964 2  ethereal7
cheesy, anise, orange, sour, rancid, sweet, dairy, sharp, pineapple, waxy, fruity, sweaty, banana
OR3A1 - 0 3, 0 4, 2.9 5, 0 6  cyclamic-newspapery7
cork_taint
OR2AG1 - 0 6     

1.) The Good Scents Company

2.) Guenhael Sanz, Claire Schlegel, Jean-Claude Pernollet and Loic Briand Comparison of Odorant Specificity of Two Human Olfactory Receptors from Different Phylogenetic Classes and Evidence for Antagonism Chemical Senses vol. 30 no. 1 (2005) doi:10.1093/chemse/bji002

3.) Christian H. Wetzel, Markus Oles, Christiane Wellerdieck, Michael Kuczkowiak, G√ľnter Gisselmann, Hanns Hatt Specificity and Sensitivity of a Human Olfactory Receptor Functionally Expressed in Human Embryonic Kidney 293 Cells andXenopus Laevis Oocytes Journal of Neuroscience 1 September 1999, 19 (17) 7426-7433; DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.19-17-07426.1999

4.) Jacquier V, Pick H, Vogel H. Characterization of an extended receptive ligand repertoire of the human olfactory receptor OR17-40 comprising structurally related compounds. J Neurochem. 2006 Apr;97(2):537-44. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-4159.2006.03771.x. Epub 2006 Mar 15. PMID: 16539658.

5.) Lee, S. H., Kwon, O. S., Song, H. S., Park, S. J., Sung, J. H., Jang, J. and Park, T. H. (2012), Mimicking the human smell sensing mechanism with an artificial nose platform, Biomaterials, 33: 1722- 1729.

6.) Kwon, O. S., Song, H. S., Park, S. J., Lee, S. H., An, J. H., Park, J. W., Yang, H. H., Yoon, H., Bae, J., Park, T. H. and Jang, J. (2015), An Ultrasensitive, Selective, Multiplexed Superbioelectronic Nose That Mimics the Human Sense of Smell, Nano Lett., 15: 6559-6567.

7.) PrimaryOdors.org differential experiment.

References for aroma perceptual qualities should not be taken to indicate that the authors of outside studies necessarily assigned aroma notes to the neurons that receive input from any given receptor. Rather, the findings of outside studies often constitute the information on which we base our own perceptual quality assignments.