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Jun 2017 Can there be direct stimulation of olfactory epithelial stem cells to generate olfactory receptor cells?
Presently we use various mechanisms to activate olfactory receptor stem cells to react to increased secretion of growth or transcription factors to stimulate these olfactory stem cells to generate olfactory receptors and improve smell function. Full Story

May 2017 Sleep, glymphatic activation and phantosmia inhibition
Phantosmia occurs in about 60% of the many thousands of patients who develop smell loss. Full Story

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