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Puberty and Sense of Smell: What Do They Have in Common?

News   Nov 07, 2019 | by Holly Large, Editorial Assistant, Technology Networks

 
Puberty and Sense of Smell: What Do They Have in Common?

The image contains a circular structure within the developing nose that gives rise to puberty-inducing neurons (green). Some of these neurons leave their birth place to travel along nerve cables. These cells and the cables also have the PLXNA3 molecule, which is colored red, but appears yellow, because of the red and green overlap. All cells are also highlighted in blue. Credit: Roberto Oleari, University of Milan

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