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  • R Benton
  • 2006
Olfaction, the sense of smell, depends on large, divergent families of odorant receptors that detect odour stimuli in the nose and transform them into patterns of neuronal activity that are recognised in the brain. The olfactory circuits in mammals and insects display striking similarities in their sensory physiology and neuroanatomy, which has suggested(More)
This paper presents a flu monitoring system that utilizes prescriptions-based data. It provides evidence-base information that may be " useful " to many users, e.g., medical professionals, public health administrators, patients, prescription drugs manufacturers, elementary/middle/high schools. The system consists of a real-time flu surveillance engine and a(More)
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