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Genetics of canine olfaction and receptor diversity.

Abstract : Olfaction is a particularly important sense in the dog. Humans selected for this capacity during the domestication process, and selection has continued to be employed to enhance this ability. In this review we first describe the different olfactory systems that exist and the different odorant receptors that are expressed in those systems. We then focus on the dog olfactory receptors by describing the olfactory receptor gene repertoire and its polymorphisms. Finally, we discuss the different uses of dog olfaction and the questions that still need to be studied.
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Pascale Quignon, Maud Rimbault, Stéphanie Robin, Francis Galibert. Genetics of canine olfaction and receptor diversity.. Mammalian Genome, Springer Verlag, 2012, 23 (1-2), pp.132-43. ⟨10.1007/s00335-011-9371-1⟩. ⟨inserm-00643175⟩

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