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Paris :: France | 16 days ago

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Mickael Tanter / Hirac Gurden Ever wondered how our brain processes the information coming from the nose? A waft of bacon in the morning or the smell of a guilty dog's deeds on a fresh white carpet are both uniquely unmistakeable in our world of

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 5 months ago

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This connection provides feedback so that memories and experiences can alter the way smells are interpreted," said Stephen Shea, assistant professor at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory here. The experiences that we accumulate throughout life build

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Toronto :: Canada | 6 months ago

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It appears cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the active ingredient in marijuana, sharpens the sense of smell, making food more attractive, reports the study led by Giovanni Marsico, a research director the Institut national de la sante

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 6 months ago

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In animals, as in humans, hunger mechanisms are known to stimulate food intake. Hunger triggers a set of mechanisms that encourage feeding, for example by increasing sensory perceptions such as the sense of smell. The researchers have now succeeded

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 6 months ago

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The olfactory mucosa in the nose can serve as a conduit for a number of viruses to enter the brain including rabies, polio and influenza viruses...The mechanism responsible for protecting the brain from viruses that successfully invade the olfactory

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Park Forest :: IL :: USA | 10 months ago

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The sense of smell comes about through the stimulation of specialized cells in our nasal cavities cells that are similar to the sensory cells of the antennae of invertebrates. The human olfactory system works when odorant molecules bind to specific

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Singapore :: Singapore | over 2 years ago

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Scary stuff' from injured fish identified Washington: It is known that when a fish get injured it releases a mysterious substance that researchers call Schreckstoff meaning scary stuff in German causing the rest of the school to flee. But the

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London :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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Soon after being born in the subventricular zone near the back of the brain, these cells embark on a long-distance migration to the front-most tip of the brain. Their final destination the olfactory bulb is the furthest point from their birth place,

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | over 2 years ago

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We (literally) smell way better than Neanderthals did This isn't about odor honestly, if the species that invented indoor plumbing doesn't smell better, we're in serious trouble. But we have a far better sense of smell than Neanderthals did, and that

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London :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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Sense of smell 'can be improved through training' Smell is closely linked to memory The sense of smell can be improved through training, a study on rats suggests. The study, published in Nature Neuroscience, also suggests if we do not use our sense

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