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Modular structure of human olfactory receptor codes reflects the bases of odor perception
The circuits of olfactory signaling are reminiscent of complex computational devices. The olfactory receptor code, which represents the responses of receptors elicited by olfactory stimuli, is effectively an input code for the neural computation of odor sensing. Here, analyzing a recent dataset of the odorant-dependent responses of human olfactory receptors (ORs), we show that the space of human olfactory receptor codes is partitioned into a modular structure where groups of receptors aredoi:10.1101/525287 fatcat:f3mg2jnzhzejrmkjpopxgmhgma