Olfactory Bulb Odor Map

2-DG Data
The first activity odor maps in the olfactory bulb were obtained by the Sokoloff method using 14C-2-deoxyglucose as a label for sites of glucose uptake in relation to neural activity (Sharp et al, 1975). The patterns for different odors were shown by Stewart et al (1979) in flat maps based on mapping coordinates (see detail). The data and the maps are accessed through the links below.

Other resources: Leon Lab at the University of California at Irvine

Odorant: Name CAS Number Chemical Formula
 
AMYL ACETATE
CAGE AIR
CAMPHOR
PURE AIR
628-63-7
76-22-2
C10-H16-O
C7H14O2

Odorant Blend:


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