Olfactory bulb, rat (labels)
Section through the olfactory bulb of a 16 days old rat brain. Clearly visible are the accessory olfactory bulb (AOB), to which chemosensory neurons from the vomeronasal organ project, the intensely labelled layer of mitral cells (MC), and the glomeruli (G), which represent the first relay station for sensory information transmitted from the nose to the brain.
From: The sense of smell, its signalling pathways, and the dichotomy of cilia and microvilli in olfactory sensory cells
Rebecca Elsaesser and Jacques Paysan
BMC Neuroscience 2007 8 (Suppl 3):S1 doi:10.1186/1471-2202-8-S3-S1
Published September 18, 2007
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