Chemical Senses is the official journal of AChemS and is unique in providing a single, comprehensive forum for research results and reviews of interest to the chemical senses community. The journal publishes original research on all aspects of chemosensory biology, including taste, smell, vomeronasal, and trigeminal chemoreception in both vertebrates and invertebrates. Approaches can range from molecular to behavioral to ecological, and papers integrating multiple approaches are encouraged.
The current Editor-in-Chief is Wolfgang Meyerhof. View the full editorial board on the Chemical Senses website.
|Editor's Highlighted Articles
Volume 41 Number 9
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