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    There is increasing evidence that supporting/glial cells in sensory systems function in sensory transduction. Duan et al. demonstrate that the glial cells of the C. elegans amphid apparatus serve as odorant receptor cells and regulate neuronal output and behavior. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


    Laura Bianchi. C. elegans Glia Are Bona Fide Odorant Receptor Cells. Neuron. 2020 Nov 25;108(4):588-589

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    PMID: 33242427

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