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MARCH 13, 2007
  Double Detection: Penn Study on Olfactory Nerve Cells Shows Why We Smell Better When We Sniff
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Cross section of olfactory sensory neurons in a mouse nose visualized by fluorescent staining of odorant receptor genes (red and green represent different odorant receptors; MOE: main olfactory epithelium; SO: septal organ).

Image Credit: Huikai Tian, PhD, Minghong Ma, PhD, Univeristy of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

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Cross-Section of Olfactory Sensory Neurons
 


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