Naris occlusion alters the electro-olfactogram: evidence for compensatory plasticity in the olfactory system.

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Unilateral naris occlusion (NO) has been widely used as a method of olfactory deprivation to study the role of stimulus-driven activity in olfactory development [P.C. Brunjes, Unilateral naris closure and olfactory system development, Brain Res. Rev. 19 (1994) 146-160]. Recent immunochemical studies of the olfactory epithelium (OE) following NO provide… (More)

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@article{Waggener2007NarisOA, title={Naris occlusion alters the electro-olfactogram: evidence for compensatory plasticity in the olfactory system.}, author={Christopher T. Waggener and David Coppola}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={2007}, volume={427 2}, pages={112-6} }