Encoding social signals in the mouse main olfactory bulb

@article{Lin2005EncodingSS,
  title={Encoding social signals in the mouse main olfactory bulb},
  author={D. Y. Lin and S. Zhang and E. Block and L. C. Katz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={434},
  pages={470-477}
}
Mammalian urine releases complex mixtures of volatile compounds that are used in reproduction, territoriality and conspecific recognition. To understand how such complex mixtures are represented in the main olfactory bulb, we analysed the electrophysiological responses of individual mitral cells to volatile compounds in mouse urine. In both males and females, urine volatile compounds evoke robust responses in a small subset of mitral cells. Fractionation of the volatile compounds using gas… Expand
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