Untypical connectivity from olfactory sensory neurons expressing OR37 into higher brain centers visualized by genetic tracing

@article{Bader2012UntypicalCF,
  title={Untypical connectivity from olfactory sensory neurons expressing OR37 into higher brain centers visualized by genetic tracing},
  author={Andrea Bader and Heinz Breer and Joerg Strotmann},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={137},
  pages={615-628}
}
The OR37 subfamily of odorant receptors (ORs) exists exclusively in mammals. In contrast to ORs in general, they are highly conserved within and across species. These unique features raise the question, whether olfactory information gathered by the OR37 sensory cells is processed in specially designated brain areas. To elucidate the wiring of projection neurons from OR37 glomeruli into higher brain areas, tracing experiments were performed. The application of DiI onto the ventral area of the… CONTINUE READING
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