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Anosmia - Loss of sense of smell or anosmia, may be caused by conditions which block the lower part of the nose and produce a sodden condition of the mucous membrane in which the olfactory (smell) nerves end.

Anosmia Bulletin Board - YourBBS.Com

Anosmia Pages - Anosmia information and personal experience of anosmia from birth (congenital anosmia). 

The ChemoReception Web - Sensory, biological, and chemical aspects of how tastes, smells, and pheromones are received and perceived. 

Chemosensory Perception Lab at UCSD- chemical senses research  

Dr. Wuensch's Anosmia Links Page - I suffer from anosmia, the inability to smell things.

The Molecular Logic of Olfaction - Research article on olfaction (sense of smell).

Monell Chemical Senses Center - A scientific institute for multidisciplinary research on taste, smell and chemosensory irritation.

Nasal Dysfunction Clinic

NIDCD Health Information on Smell and Taste Disorders - A basic introduction to smell and taste disorders.

Olfaction - Current understanding of the physiological basis for olfaction (sense of smell) and the possible molecular interactions that specify odorant signaling.

Olfactory Receptor Database Homepage - Database devoted to olfactory receptors.

Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center (RMTSC). - The Department of Otolaryngology, University of Colorado School of Medicine.

The Sense of Scents, the Sense of Self - Smell and its interaction with the brain, and in particular the relationship between smell and memory.

The Sense of Taste - This page answers the question: "What exactly is the sense of taste?"

The Smell and Taste Disorders Clinic, Syracuse  If you experience a smell or taste problem, it is important to remember that you are not alone.

Smell Research by Tim Jacob  

Taste & Smell Disorders Clinic, Texas - Assessment and treatment of taste and smell disorders.

Taste and Smell Loss: Risk for Disease? - A reduced, distorted, or lost sense of taste or smell represent serious risk factors for heart disease.