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New insights into how the human brain processes scent

03:40 EDT 6 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

Theta oscillations, a type of rhythmic electrical activity that waxes and wanes four to eight times per second, may play a fundamental role in processing scent in the human brain, according to a new study recently published in Neuron.

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