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Odor perception depends on airflow, odor solubility and intranasal application site

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B. Chen - A. Pfister - P. Nahrath - T. Hummel

To the Editor:
Odorants are sensed by olfactory receptor neurons in the olfac- tory epithelium. Odor molecules pass through the nasal cavity and dissolve in the mucus of the olfactory epithelium which is located on the superior portion of the cavity. There they bind
to olfactory receptors on the dendrites of the olfactory recep- tor neurons.

B. Chen - A. Pfister - P. Nahrath - T. Hummel - Odor perception depends on airflow, odor solubility and intranasal application site

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