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Brief sensory deprivation triggers cell type-specific structural and functional plasticity in olfactory bulb neurons

A new study by Elisa Galliano and colleagues in the Grubb lab at King’s College London was recently published in the Journal of Neuroscience. The authors investigated how a short-lived loss of smell (akin to a mild cold) induces functional and structural plasticity in a specific sub-population of dopaminergic interneurons in the mouse olfactory bulb. A comment on its preprint incarnation can be found in preLights. The paper is featured in this month’s roundup of most-discussed J Neurosci articles, and it is available here.


Posted on 12/02/2021

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