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Neurobiology: A bitter–sweet symphony

08:49 EDT 10 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

Information about taste sensations, such as bitter or sweet, is relayed from the mouse tongue to the brain through taste-specific pathways. It emerges that semaphorin proteins guide the wiring of these pathways.

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