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So the virus may have spread when the rodents groomed, rubbed their noses or moved around.
Like the regions in the brain, each stage seeks different types of general pictorial elements like those the brain finds, rather than seeking the eyes, nose, and so on.
The main stumbling block is that we’re still not quite sure how individual smells activate the entire neural highway from nose to brain.
So he convinced his supervisors to let him bring home some equipment so he could evaluate whether cloth masks cut down on the number of potentially virus-laden particles that spew from people’s mouths and noses when they talk, cough or breathe.
There, clusters of nerve endings called glomeruli organize the smell signals picked up in the nose.
Based on these findings, Letterio Politi, a radiologist at Humanitas Clinical and Research Hospital and University in Milan, Italy, and colleagues suspect that the virus moved into the woman’s brain from her nose.
When people cough or sneeze, a cloud of droplets of various sizes leaves the mouth or nose, notes Lydia Bourouiba.
The virus lives on the mucous membranes in the throat and nose.
When he locates it, he lies down with his nose pointing to the spot.
The patients in the study produced thousands to millions of viruses in their noses and throats.

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