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Helping the nose know: 100-year-old question about how olfactory feedback mechanism works is answered

More than 100 years after it was first identified, researchers have, for the first time, described how a feedback mechanism works in the brain's olfactory system by identifying where the signals go, and which type of neurons receive them.
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