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Genes for Smelling Help Cancer Cells Move to the Brain

Targeting them with drugs could help block metastasis

Article via LabRoots

From tasting a delicious meal to picking up pheromones, olfaction (or the sense of smell) involves a network of complex physiological pathways. Odor molecules latch on to olfactory receptors in the nose, and the signals are then shuttled off to the part of the brain where…

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