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Title: The fine structure and enzyme histochemistry of vomeronasal receptor cells
Authors: Cuschieri, Alfred
Bannister, Lawrence Howard
Keywords: Jacobson's organ
Olfactory receptors
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Citation: Bannister, L. H., & Cuschieri, A. (1972). The fine structure and enzyme histochemistry of vomeronasal receptor cells. 4th International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste, Starnberg. 27-33.
Abstract: Recent fine structural and electrophysiological studies of the vomeronasal receptors in amphibians, reptiles and mammals(1-7) have shown that these cells are similar in many respects to typical olfactory receptors. The present paper deals with three aspects of the organisation of vomeronasal receptors: (a) their fine structure, (b) their maturation and (c) their enzyme histochemistry; it is hoped that our observations may help to clarify the organisation of olfactory receptors in general.
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