Eventually I found the receptors, and it was really beautiful. I remember just being stunned looking at them, when I first had the first set of them. It was a Saturday night, I think, and I was in my kitchen, and I had colored pens, and I had written down the sequence, because at that time we didn’t have the software for analyzing DNA sequence information that we have now. So I had translated the sequences into proteins, and I was comparing the different ones, and I was coloring in places where they were the same, and I remember thinking that it was like patchwork quilts, where bits and pieces were exchanged between the different receptors to make proteins that would be able to detect different odorants. I had a friend in the other room who was watching TV or something, and I kept running back and forth saying, “Look at this! Can you believe this?” and it was just absolutely thrilling.