COVID-19–related anosmia is associated with viral persistence and inflammation in human olfactory epithelium and brain infection in hamsters

Journal:
Science Translational Medicine
Published:
DOI:
10.1126/scitranslmed.abf8396
Affiliations:
25
Authors:
21
Institutions Authors Share
Pasteur Institute, France
5.333333
0.25
Laboratory for Perception and Memory, France
3.833333
0.18
Biology of Infection Unit, France
1.500000
0.07
Hôpital Lariboisière, France
1.500000
0.07
AP-HP Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, France
1.000000
0.05
Promoting Research Oriented Towards Early Cns Therapies (PROTECT), France
1.000000
0.05
Department of Global Health, Pasteur Institute, France
1.000000
0.05
Center of Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Integrative Biology (C3BI), France
1.000000
0.05
University of Paris, France
0.833333
0.04
Brain and Spine Institute (ICM), France
0.500000
0.02
Sorbonne University, France
0.500000
0.02
Centres Nationaux de Référence des Virus des Infections Respiratoires (Dont la Grippe), Institut Pasteur, France
0.500000
0.02
Laboratory Molecular Genetics of RNA Viruses (GMVR), France
0.500000
0.02
Laboratoire d'Ethologie Expérimentale et Comparée (LEEC), University of Paris Nord (Paris 13), France
0.500000
0.02
Laboratory of Genetics and Physiology of Hearing, France
0.333333
0.02
Cochin Hospital, France
0.333333
0.02
Hôtel-Dieu de Paris, France
0.333333
0.02
Imagine Institute, France
0.250000
0.01
Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades, France
0.250000
0.01