Distinct representations of olfactory information in different cortical centres

  title={Distinct representations of olfactory information in different cortical centres},
  author={Dara L. Sosulski and Maria Lissitsyna Bloom and Tyler Cutforth and Richard Axel and Sandeep R. Datta},
Sensory information is transmitted to the brain where it must be processed to translate stimulus features into appropriate behavioural output. In the olfactory system, distributed neural activity in the nose is converted into a segregated map in the olfactory bulb. Here we investigate how this ordered representation is transformed in higher olfactory centres in mice. We have developed a tracing strategy to define the neural circuits that convey information from individual glomeruli in the… CONTINUE READING
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