Advancing the science of smell—with a hint of musk

Researchers have identified key molecular mechanisms at work when people smell musks, a highly valued group of fixatives used in many perfumes and colognes. The discovery may have implications for a wide range of effects on mood and behavior in vertebrates, said the scientists. The research is the latest step in the ongoing scientific exploration […]

Advancing the science of smell—with a hint of musk

Researchers have identified key molecular mechanisms at work when people smell musks, a highly valued group of fixatives used in many perfumes and colognes. The discovery may have implications ...

Mon 9 Apr 18 from Phys.org

Advancing the science of smell — with a hint of musk, Tue 10 Apr 18 from Science Blog

Advancing the science of smell -- with a hint of musk, Tue 10 Apr 18 from ScienceDaily

The Nose Knows: Understanding Our Sense of Smell at a Molecular Level

Glandular secretions from animals, plants, and artificial substances have long formed the base notes of perfumes and traditional Chinese medicine. But little is known about how musks work at ...

Thu 12 Apr 18 from Geek.com

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