Scientists debunk previous theory of how nose neurons process fragrance and odours

New research from Kyushu University shows that odours not only activate, but also suppress the response of neurons in the nose of mice resulting in complex interactions

Scientists have discovered that odours not only activate, but also suppress the response of neurons in the nose.

In tests carried out on mice, Kyushu University researchers in Japan, led by . . .

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