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1945 5
1946 4
1947 7
1948 9
1949 7
1950 6
1951 10
1952 10
1953 11
1954 27
1955 13
1956 6
1957 10
1958 10
1959 9
1960 12
1961 9
1962 25
1963 33
1964 74
1965 40
1966 44
1967 70
1968 65
1969 75
1970 103
1971 100
1972 86
1973 94
1974 140
1975 86
1976 87
1977 90
1978 73
1979 80
1980 64
1981 75
1982 77
1983 86
1984 75
1985 84
1986 95
1987 131
1988 85
1989 98
1990 83
1991 133
1992 137
1993 127
1994 139
1995 158
1996 186
1997 190
1998 275
1999 319
2000 361
2001 500
2002 542
2003 591
2004 664
2005 690
2006 675
2007 783
2008 826
2009 799
2010 830
2011 940
2012 967
2013 1039
2014 1046
2015 1023
2016 853
2017 895
2018 1131
2019 670
2020 27
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Can the Identification of Odorants Within a Mixture Be Trained?
Poupon D, et al. Chem Senses 2018. PMID 30260369
We used 7 odorants to create 35 olfactory stimuli of 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 odorants. The task consisted of identifying the odorants present within the mixture. ...Results showed that sommeliers outperformed the other groups with mixtures of up to 4 odorants but not with mixtures of 5 odorants. ...
We used 7 odorants to create 35 olfactory stimuli of 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 odorants. The task consisted of identifying the odora
Olfactory Context Dependent Memory: Direct Presentation of Odorants.
Hackländer RPM and Bermeitinger C. J Vis Exp 2018. PMID 30295652 Free PMC article.
In order to determine whether odors are only effective contextual mnemonic cues when presented outside the central focus of an observer, an olfactory CDM experiment was performed in which odorants were presented directly, rather than ambiently. ...The olfactometer not only allows for direct presentation of odorants, but provides other methodological benefits, including the allowance of trial by trial manipulations of odorant presentations and, relatedly, time-specific releases of odorants. ...
In order to determine whether odors are only effective contextual mnemonic cues when presented outside the central focus of an observer, an …
The role of algae and cyanobacteria in the production and release of odorants in water.
Lee J, et al. Environ Pollut 2017 - Review. PMID 28475978
A bloom of microalgae is a sign of an anthropogenic disturbance in aquatic systems and can lead to diverse changes in ecosystems along with increased production of odorants. ...
A bloom of microalgae is a sign of an anthropogenic disturbance in aquatic systems and can lead to diverse changes in ecosystems along with …
[Research of the Cancer-Odor]
Sonoda H, et al. Gan To Kagaku Ryoho 2018. PMID 30026412 Japanese.
It is difficult to identify cancer-specific odorants buried in various environmental substances. However, it is expected that human will be able to acquire the technology, from the fact that they can be recognized by biological olfaction. ...
It is difficult to identify cancer-specific odorants buried in various environmental substances. However, it is expected that human w …
Chemosensors and chemoreception
Lee JH and Byun HG. Anal Bioanal Chem 2014. PMID 24577574
Metal organic frameworks as potent treatment media for odorants and volatiles in air.
Kumar V, et al. Environ Res 2019 - Review. PMID 30384228
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and their associated materials offer an excellent platform for the treatment of odorants/volatiles in air (and water) systems. The diversity of ligands and metal ions in their frame imparts large loading capacities and excellent selectivity for a variety of targetable VOCs and/or odorants. ...
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and their associated materials offer an excellent platform for the treatment of odorants/volatiles in …
Computing Odor Images
Rochelle MM, et al. J Agric Food Chem 2018. PMID 28285523
There is evidence that algorithms used by the nervous system to process odor sensations require input from only a few odorants, between three and eight. ...This may imply that it is the ratio of a small number of key odorants (KOs) that create a multitude of food odors. Studies with large mixtures of odorants (formulated to be of equal potency) show that a subject's ability to detect individual odorants in these mixtures was vanishingly small. ...
There is evidence that algorithms used by the nervous system to process odor sensations require input from only a few odorants, betwe …
The Regular Interaction Pattern among Odorants of the Same Type and Its Application in Odor Intensity Assessment.
Yan L, et al. Sensors (Basel) 2017. PMID 28703760 Free PMC article.
Then, a modified vector model (MVM) was proposed and it successfully demonstrated the similarity of the odor interaction pattern among odorants of the same type. ...
Then, a modified vector model (MVM) was proposed and it successfully demonstrated the similarity of the odor interaction pattern among od
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