Odorant receptors on axon termini in the brain

  • Barnea G
  • O'Donnell S
  • Mancia F
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In most sensory systems, peripheral neurons project axons to precise locations in the brain to create an internal representation of the external world. In mammals, individual olfactory sensory neurons express only one of 1000 odorant receptor genes, such that neurons are ...

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  • G. Barnea

  • S. O'Donnell

  • F. Mancia

  • X. Sun

  • A. Nemes

  • M. Mandelsohn

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