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Brain Res Bull. 2001 Feb;54(3):307-12.

Processing of odorous signals in humans.

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Department of Neuroscience, Division of Human Brain Mapping, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. ivanka.savic-berglund@neuro.ki.se

Abstract

from the first contact of an odor molecule with a receptor in the olfactory epithelium, to the coding and processing of this information in the central nervous system, the arousal of feelings and the storage of memories. The present chapter gives a short overview over the major components of these processes in humans.

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11287135
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