|Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS)|
Association established to advance the understanding of chemosensory mechanisms by bringing to one forum the variety of different scientific disciplines currently being used to approach the chemical senses
|Chemosensory Perception Lab at UCSD- chemical senses research|
The Chemosensory Perception Lab in the Department of Surgery at University of California, San Diego performs research on how people perceive chemicals and how chemicals exert short-term effects on people.
|Duke University - Taste and Smell Lab|
Located in the Department of Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina USA. Research spans the range from clinical to molecular investigations of the senses of taste and smell.
|Human olfactory receptor repertoire|
Olfactory receptor sequences that represent essentially the complete repertoire of functional human odorant receptors.
|Monell Chemical Senses Center|
A scientific institute for multidisciplinary research on taste, smell and chemosensory irritation.
|Nasal Dysfunction Clinic|
Located at the University of California, San Diego.
|NIDCD Health Information on Smell and Taste Disorders|
A basic introduction to smell and taste disorders.
Current understanding of the physiological basis for olfaction (sense of smell) and the possible molecular interactions that specify odorant signaling.
|Olfaction: From Genome Mining to Molecular Recognition Statistics|
Lecture on olfaction by Doron Lancet at UCSB
The Human Olfactory Receptor Data Exploratorium; information on the OR proteins, their structure, function and evolution. A set of analysis tools is provided.