Scopolamine blocks olfaction-induced fast waves but not olfactory evoked potentials in the dentate gyrus.

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The presentation of some odorous materials such as xylene or toluene under the snout of rats has been shown to elicit 15-30 Hz fast-wave bursts in both the olfactory bulb and dentate gyrus. Electrical stimulation of the olfactory bulb elicits an evoked potential (latency of first peak is 16-18 ms) in the dentate gyrus. The present study demonstrates that… (More)

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@article{Heale1995ScopolamineBO, title={Scopolamine blocks olfaction-induced fast waves but not olfactory evoked potentials in the dentate gyrus.}, author={V. Robert Heale and Cornelius H. Vanderwolf}, journal={Behavioural brain research}, year={1995}, volume={68 1}, pages={57-64} }