Olfactory retentivity persists at a central level, helping us to identify new odors in complex environments and memorize smells, a new study suggests.
Researchers report on how intranasal medications can be better absorbed and could provide more effective treatments for neurological diseases.
Researchers observe inhibitory neurons which link olfaction with cognition and memory in mice.
Researchers discover memories of specific odors depend upon the brain's ability to learn, process and recall accurately during slow wave sleep.
A new study reports olfactory bulb neurons in rats use linear summation to make sense of fluctuating odor inputs.
According to a recently published stem cell study, new cells are quick to respond to sensory stimuli and adopt a function.
According to a new study, each of us has a unique 'olfactory fingerprint' which can also help with early diagnosis of certain neurodegenerative diseases.