Stem Cells Delivered to the Nose Restore Mice’s Ability to Smell
Stem Cells Delivered to the Nose Restore Mice’s Ability to Smell
The introduced cells engrafted in the nose, became olfactory sensory neurons, and sent axons to the animals’ brains.
Stem Cells Delivered to the Nose Restore Mice’s Ability to Smell
Stem Cells Delivered to the Nose Restore Mice’s Ability to Smell

The introduced cells engrafted in the nose, became olfactory sensory neurons, and sent axons to the animals’ brains.

The introduced cells engrafted in the nose, became olfactory sensory neurons, and sent axons to the animals’ brains.

olfactory epithelium
Image of the Day: Smell You Later  
Image of the Day: Smell You Later  
The Scientist Staff | Sep 5, 2017
Scientists demonstrate that just the right amount of inflammation after an injury to a mouse’s olfactory epithelium is key for regenerating cells important for smell.