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A High-Bandwidth Dual-Channel Olfactory Stimulator for Studying Temporal Sensitivity of Olfactory Processing

A High-Bandwidth Dual-Channel Olfactory Stimulator for Studying Temporal Sensitivity of Olfactory Processing

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RAISER, Georg, C. Giovanni GALIZIA, Paul SZYSZKA, 2017. A High-Bandwidth Dual-Channel Olfactory Stimulator for Studying Temporal Sensitivity of Olfactory Processing. In: Chemical Senses. 42(2), pp. 141-151. ISSN 0379-864X. eISSN 1464-3553

@article{Raiser2017-02High--36440, title={A High-Bandwidth Dual-Channel Olfactory Stimulator for Studying Temporal Sensitivity of Olfactory Processing}, year={2017}, doi={10.1093/chemse/bjw114}, number={2}, volume={42}, issn={0379-864X}, journal={Chemical Senses}, pages={141--151}, author={Raiser, Georg and Galizia, C. Giovanni and Szyszka, Paul} }

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