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Jan 2022 Why Were Only Four Odors Chosen to Measure Smell Function in Normal Subjects and in Patients with Smell Loss
We have chosen four odors to reflect components of the olfactory receptor field. We have used these four odors – pyridine, nitrobenzene, thiophene and amyl acetate. Full Story

Dec 2021 Why It Is Necessary to Measure Response to Several Odorants in Order to Evaluate Smell Function in Normal Subjects and in Patients with Smell Loss (Hyposmia)
There are more than 10,000 odors which human subjects can detect and recognize. These odorants possess many different qualities and molecular properties. Full Story

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