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Fish use olfaction to gain a variety of information. To know what they receive and how they receive is important for understanding the species. However, studies on fish olfactory or pheromone receptors are still few and most of them are based on the neural response from a cultured cell. Here, we established a method to detect a biological-derived neural response from the olfactory epithelium of East African cichlid, the most diversified fish lineage, by c-fos in situ hybridization. We testeddoi:10.1101/2021.05.25.445711 fatcat:4eooavllh5akjfhpnjzxpkqwj4