New olfactory receptor identified in the human bladder and bladder cancer.
Manual body regulation is a relatively new theory that explores controlling the body, and its related processes via neurons, neuronal colonies, and neuron-like cells supplanted throughout our systems manually. Olfactory receptors are usually found in the nose and are responsible for the detection of odors. When olfactory receptors are activated they trigger nerve impulses capable of transmitting information about the odor to the brain. Therefore, … Continue reading New olfactory receptor identified in the human bladder and bladder cancer.