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Matthew Wheelwright, Catherine R Whittle, Olena Riabinina. Cell Tissue Res 2021
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Olfactory coding in honeybees.
Marco Paoli, Giovanni C Galizia. Cell Tissue Res 2021
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Genetic influences of autism candidate genes on circuit wiring and olfactory decoding.
Renée Hartig, David Wolf, Michael J Schmeisser, Wolfgang Kelsch. Cell Tissue Res 2021
1
100


Olfactory subsystems in the peripheral olfactory organ of anuran amphibians.
Lucas David Jungblut, John O Reiss, Andrea G Pozzi. Cell Tissue Res 2021
3
50

Human olfactory dysfunction: causes and consequences.
Laura Schäfer, Valentin A Schriever, Ilona Croy. Cell Tissue Res 2021
7
50

Odor coding in the mammalian olfactory epithelium.
Smija M Kurian, Rafaella G Naressi, Diogo Manoel, Ann-Sophie Barwich, Bettina Malnic, Luis R Saraiva. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50


Adaptive temporal processing of odor stimuli.
Sofia C Brandão, Marion Silies, Carlotta Martelli. Cell Tissue Res 2021
3
50


The neuroethology of olfactory sex communication in the honeybee Apis mellifera L.
Julia Mariette, Julie Carcaud, Jean-Christophe Sandoz. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
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Processing of intraspecific chemical signals in the rodent brain.
Carla Mucignat-Caretta. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
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Spatial information from the odour environment in mammalian olfaction.
Alina Cristina Marin, Andreas T Schaefer, Tobias Ackels. Cell Tissue Res 2021
5
50

Odor hedonics coding in the vertebrate olfactory bulb.
Florence Kermen, Nathalie Mandairon, Laura Chalençon. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
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Learning-dependent plasticity in the antennal lobe improves discrimination and recognition of odors in the honeybee.
Emiliano Marachlian, Martin Klappenbach, Fernando Locatelli. Cell Tissue Res 2021
1
100

The nasal cavity in sea turtles: adaptation to olfaction and seawater flow.
Daisuke Kondoh, Chiyo Kitayama, Yusuke K Kawai. Cell Tissue Res 2021
3
50

Neural pathways of olfactory kin imprinting and kin recognition in zebrafish.
Gabriele Gerlach, Mario F Wullimann. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

Modulation of odour-guided behaviour in mosquitoes.
Sharon R Hill, Rickard Ignell. Cell Tissue Res 2021
3
50

Untangling the wires: development of sparse, distributed connectivity in the mushroom body calyx.
Vanessa M Puñal, Maria Ahmed, Emma M Thornton-Kolbe, E Josephine Clowney. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
50

Odor processing in the cockroach antennal lobe-the network components.
Debora Fuscà, Peter Kloppenburg. Cell Tissue Res 2021
3
50

Olfactory processing in the lateral horn of Drosophila.
Sudeshna Das Chakraborty, Silke Sachse. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
50

Coding of pheromones by vomeronasal receptors.
Roberto Tirindelli. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

Dopamine modulation of sensory processing and adaptive behavior in flies.
K P Siju, Jean-Francois De Backer, Ilona C Grunwald Kadow. Cell Tissue Res 2021
5
50

Extrinsic neuromodulation in the rodent olfactory bulb.
Daniela Brunert, Markus Rothermel. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

Olfaction of aquatic amniotes.
Takushi Kishida. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
50

Pheromonal communication in urodelan amphibians.
Sarah K Woodley, Nancy L Staub. Cell Tissue Res 2021
5
50

Topographic organization in the olfactory bulb.
Claudia Lodovichi. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
50

The functional relevance of olfactory marker protein in the vertebrate olfactory system: a never-ending story.
Michele Dibattista, Dolly Al Koborssy, Federica Genovese, Johannes Reisert. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50


From immune to olfactory expression: neofunctionalization of formyl peptide receptors.
Madlaina Boillat, Alan Carleton, Ivan Rodriguez. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

Olfactory subsystems associated with the necklace glomeruli in rodents.
Arthur D Zimmerman, Steven D Munger. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
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The glomerular network of the zebrafish olfactory bulb.
Oliver Braubach, Roger P Croll. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

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The cyclic AMP signaling pathway in the rodent main olfactory system.
Anna Boccaccio, Anna Menini, Simone Pifferi. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

Plasticity and modulation of olfactory circuits in insects.
Sylvia Anton, Wolfgang Rössler. Cell Tissue Res 2021
10
50

Diving into the streams and waves of constitutive and regenerative olfactory neurogenesis: insights from zebrafish.
Erika Calvo-Ochoa, Christine A Byrd-Jacobs, Stefan H Fuss. Cell Tissue Res 2021
2
50

Olfaction across the water-air interface in anuran amphibians.
Lukas Weiss, Ivan Manzini, Thomas Hassenklöver. Cell Tissue Res 2021
4
50

The role of SNMPs in insect olfaction.
Sina Cassau, Jürgen Krieger. Cell Tissue Res 2021
6
50

The Long and Short of Hearing in the Mosquito Aedes aegypti.
Gil Menda, Eyal I Nitzany, Paul S Shamble, Amelia Wells, Laura C Harrington, Ronald N Miles, Ronald R Hoy. Curr Biol 2019
16
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Multimodal floral cues guide mosquitoes to tansy inflorescences.
Daniel A H Peach, Regine Gries, Huimin Zhai, Nathan Young, Gerhard Gries. Sci Rep 2019
12
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Impact of Consumption of Bananas on Attraction of Anopheles stephensi to Humans.
Susan Paskewitz, Patrick Irwin, Nic Konwinski, Scott Larson. Insects 2018
5
50

Efficient production of male Wolbachia-infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes enables large-scale suppression of wild populations.
Jacob E Crawford, David W Clarke, Victor Criswell, Mark Desnoyer, Devon Cornel, Brittany Deegan, Kyle Gong, Kaycie C Hopkins, Paul Howell, Justin S Hyde,[...]. Nat Biotechnol 2020
58
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Identification of human-derived volatile chemicals that interfere with attraction of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.
James G Logan, Michael A Birkett, Suzanne J Clark, Stephen Powers, Nicola J Seal, Lester J Wadhams, A Jennifer Mordue Luntz, John A Pickett. J Chem Ecol 2008
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Measuring the Host-Seeking Ability of Aedes aegypti Destined for Field Release.
Meng-Jia Lau, Nancy M Endersby-Harshman, Jason K Axford, Scott A Ritchie, Ary A Hoffmann, Perran A Ross. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2020
5
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Swarming mechanisms in the yellow fever mosquito: aggregation pheromones are involved in the mating behavior of Aedes aegypti.
Emadeldin Y Fawaz, Sandra A Allan, Ulrich R Bernier, Peter J Obenauer, Joseph W Diclaro. J Vector Ecol 2014
21
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Fruitless mutant male mosquitoes gain attraction to human odor.
Nipun S Basrur, Maria Elena De Obaldia, Takeshi Morita, Margaret Herre, Ricarda K von Heynitz, Yael N Tsitohay, Leslie B Vosshall. Elife 2020
5
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Does membrane feeding compromise the quality of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes?
Perran A Ross, Meng-Jia Lau, Ary A Hoffmann. PLoS One 2019
9
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Chemical ecology of interactions between human skin microbiota and mosquitoes.
Niels O Verhulst, Willem Takken, Marcel Dicke, Gosse Schraa, Renate C Smallegange. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 2010
44
50


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