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Odorant-induced Responses Recorded from Olfactory Receptor Neurons using the Suction Pipette Technique
 

Odorant-induced Responses Recorded from Olfactory Receptor Neurons using the Suction Pipette Technique

Article DOI: 10.3791/3862
April 5th, 2012

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Summary April 5th, 2012

Olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs) convert odor signals first into a receptor current that in turn triggers action potentials that are conveyed to second order neurons in the olfactory bulb. Here we describe the suction pipette technique to record simultaneously the odorant-induced receptor current and action potentials from mouse ORNs.

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