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Aug 2017 Olfactory Receptor Cells: Similar to Auditory Hair Cells?
Olfactory function depends upon specific ciliated cellular receptors which may be in some sense analogous to auditory hair cells. Characteristics of these olfactory receptors have been well studied in tissue culture (1,2). Full Story

July 2017 Historical Aspects of Human Smell Loss
While there are many records in history of people exhibiting blindness and deafness there are few, if any, records of people exhibiting smell loss. Full Story

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