The Smell of Blue Light: A New Approach toward Understanding an Olfactory Neuronal Network

@inproceedings{Strtkuhl2011TheSO,
  title={The Smell of Blue Light: A New Approach toward Understanding an Olfactory Neuronal Network},
  author={Klemens F. St{\"o}rtkuhl and Andr{\'e} Fiala},
  booktitle={Frontiers in neuroscience},
  year={2011}
}
Olfaction is one of the most important senses throughout the animal kingdom. It enables animals to discriminate between a wide variety of attractive and repulsive odorants and often plays a decisive role in species specific communication. In recent years the analysis of olfactory systems both invertebrates and invertebrates has attracted much scientific interest. In this context a pivotal question is how the properties and connectivities of individual neurons contribute to a functioning… CONTINUE READING
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