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Dynamics of Olfactory Bulb Input and Output Activity During Odor Stimulation in Zebrafish
Journal of Neurophysiology
Friedrich, Rainer W. and Gilles Laurent. Dynamics of olfactory bulb input and output activity during odor stimulation in zebrafish. . The processing of odor-evoked activity in the olfactory bulb (OB) of zebrafish was studied by extracellular single unit recordings from the input and output neurons, i.e., olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs) and mitral cells (MCs), respectively. A panel of 16 natural amino acid odors was used as stimuli. Responses of MCs, but not ORNs, changed profoundly during thedoi:10.1152/jn.01143.2003 pmid:14960561 fatcat:xjemvkmjubbdfdn6zbw24lsgny