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Genome-wide Meta-analysis on the Sense of Smell Among US Older Adults.Academic Article Why?
Olfaction: anatomy, physiology, and disease.Academic Article Why?
Olfaction.Academic Article Why?
Effects of Ambient Air Pollution Exposure on Olfaction: A Review.Academic Article Why?
Olfaction in the elderly: a cross-sectional analysis comparing Parkinson's disease with controls and other disorders.Academic Article Why?
Relationship Between Poor Olfaction and Mortality Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Cohort Study.Academic Article Why?
Sleep and Olfaction among Older Adults.Academic Article Why?
Genome-Wide Association Analysis of the Sense of Smell in U.S. Older Adults: Identification of Novel Risk Loci in African-Americans and European-Americans.Academic Article Why?
Field Survey Measures of Olfaction: The Olfactory Function Field Exam (OFFE).Academic Article Why?
Olfaction and changes in body composition in a large cohort of older US adults.Academic Article Why?
Self-Reported Versus Objectively Assessed Olfaction and Parkinson's Disease Risk.Academic Article Why?
Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders: Gaps and Opportunities.Academic Article Why?
Evaluation of idiopathic olfactory loss with chemosensory event-related potentials and magnetic resonance imaging.Academic Article Why?
Sendai Virus Induces Persistent Olfactory Dysfunction in a Murine Model of PVOD via Effects on Apoptosis, Cell Proliferation, and Response to Odorants.Academic Article Why?
Age-related olfactory dysfunction: cellular and molecular characterization in the rat.Academic Article Why?
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