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Olfactory mucosa

olfactory mucosa

That portion of the nasal mucosa containing the sensory endings for olfaction; the organ of smell.


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... 2005). From studies cited in their review it appears that the olfactory nerve is the most viable pathway for the transport of particles intranasally inhaled due to the close proximity of the olfactory mucosa and bulb. In studies using whole-body inhalation of rats to ultrafine ...

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