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Smell is the sense that is concerned with the odor of things. It is perceived by receptors in the olfactory apparatus in the roof of ones nose. Signals here are transmitted along the Olfactory Nerve...

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Spatially segregated feedforward and feedback neurons support differential odor processing in the lateral entorhinal cortex

The lateral entorhinal cortex computes and transfers olfactory information from the olfactory bulb to the hippocampus and supports associative multimodal memories. Leitner et al. characterize the acti...

Topographical representation of odor hedonics in the olfactory bulb

Hedonic value is a dominant aspect of olfactory perception. The authors combine immediate early gene mapping and optogenetics to show that the degree of behavioral attraction to odors is represented a...

Dense EM-based reconstruction of the interglomerular projectome in the zebrafish olfactory bulb

The authors used new 3D electron microscopy techniques and analyses to reconstruct virtually all neurons in the olfactory bulb of a zebrafish larva. The results reveal specific patterns of projections...

Odor alternative: 'Olfactory necklace' detects scents in a way contrary to neurobiology dogma

Mammals have an exquisitely tuned sensory system that tells them whether they are smelling an orange or a rose. Like keys on a piano keyboard, each component of an odor blend strikes only one chord of...

Uncovering pathway that makes steroid hormones fast and efficient

How can the group of chemicals known as steroid hormones cause almost instantaneous changes in your body, like hydrocortisone inhalers with asthma? In an interview with UC Science Today, UC Berkeley r...

Brain connectivity disruptions may explain cognitive deficits in people with brain injury

(Center for BrainHealth ) Cognitive impairment following a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is common, often adversely affecting quality of life for those 1.7 million Americans who experience a TBI each y...

Fish courtship pheromone uses the brain's smell pathway

Research at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Japan has revealed that a molecule involved in fish reproduction activates the brain via the nose. The pheromone is released by female zebrafish and se...

Key regulatory role for mysterious olfaction molecule OMP

(Monell Chemical Senses Center) New research from the Monell Center reveals that olfactory marker protein (OMP), a molecule found in the cells that detect odor molecules, plays a key role in regulatin...

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Lewy body pathology involves the olfactory cells in Parkinson's disease and related disorders.

The "dual-hit" and propagation hypotheses of α-synuclein suggests that the olfactory cells of the olfactory epithelium are among the earliest sites of involvement in Parkinson's disease (PD). We inve...

Olfactory Dysfunction, Olfactory Bulb Volume and Alzheimer's Disease: Is There a Correlation? A Pilot Study1.

Olfactory dysfunction is present since the earliest stage of Alzheimer's disease (AD). In AD patients, the olfactory impairment has been correlated with atrophy of some structures of the olfactory sys...

Efficacy of olfactory training in patients with olfactory loss: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Olfactory loss is a challenging clinical problem with few proven therapeutic options. Early experimental results with olfactory training suggest that this novel therapy may be an effective interventio...

Annual life-history dependent seasonal differences in neural activity of the olfactory system between non-migratory and migratory songbirds.

Present study investigated seasonal plasticity in neural activity of the olfactory system, and assessed whether this was influenced by differences in seasonal life-history states (LHSs) between the no...

Human Neural Cells Transiently Express Reelin during Olfactory Placode Development.

Reelin, an extracellular glycoprotein is essential for migration and correct positioning of neurons during development. Since the olfactory system is known as a source of various migrating neuronal ce...

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