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(1255b) Interactions between odorant functional group and hydrocarbon structure influence activity in glomerular response modules in the rat olfactory bulb.   Johnson BA, Farahbod H and Leon M.   2005.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 483, pages 205-216.

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