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3D Genome Reveals How the Brain Detects Different Scents

News   Jan 10, 2019 | Original story from the Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute

 
3D Genome Reveals How the Brain Detects Different Scents

A section of the olfactory epithelium. Cells that express a single specific olfactory receptor gene (Olfr17) are in green and DNA, which labels the nucleus of every cells, is blue. Credit: Kevin Monahan & Adan Horta/Lomvardas lab/Columbia's Zuckerman Institute.

 
 
 

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