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NameActivity Pattern for Amyl Acetate
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SpeciesRat
StrainAlbino
SexMale
Age
Weight125-300 grams
Brain RegionOlfactory bulb
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SideBoth
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AMYL ACETATE show other
Odorant Blend
ConcentrationFlow dilutions of 1:10, 1:100, 1:1000, 1:100,000
Exposure Time45 minutes
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2-DG Uptake and Radiolabeling show other
NoteDensity patterns in the glomerular layer related to stimulation with amyl acetate (A.A.) odor at different concentrations. Patterns are plotted on a two-dimensional representation of the unfolded glomerular layer, oriented as shown in lower right (F). Numbers of sections shown on right from anterior to posterior; AOB: accessory olfactory bulb; LOT: lateral olfactory tract. A-D. Individual experiments at successively lower flow dilutions of 1:10, 1:100, 1:1000 and 1:100,000. Increased densities in the glomerular layer are indicated by enclosed areas. Left olfactory bulb: solid lines; right olfactory bulb: dashed lines. E. Summary map for glomerular layer densities in all experiments (n=21) with amyl acetate at all concentrations, for both right and left olfactry bulbs.
AuthorsWB Stewart, JS Kauer, and GM Shepherd
PubMed_ID447878
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Last time:2/1/2005 3:33:24 PM
Reviewer:Nian Liu
Owner:Nian Liu

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