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Fig. S1. Seven days after an injection of CTb into the Me (A; coronal section), CTb-IR MOB M/T cell bodies were seen in a series of sagittal sections.

Fig. S2. Two types of CTb tracer injections missed layer Ia of the Me.

Fig. S3. Following a PHA-L injection into the MOB, immunostained axons were seen 7 days later in various targets (A), including the Pir (Box C), ACo (Box D) and Me (Box B).

Fig. S4. Following a CTb injection into layer Ia of the medial amygdala (A–C; coronal sections) of three different female mice, retrogradely labeled MOB M/T cells were consistently seen in the caudal region, central-ventral region and rostral medial region of collapsed sagittal sections (D–L).

Fig. S5. Retrograde labeling of the MOB after injection of CTb into the Pir.

Fig. S6. Investigation by estrous female mice (n = 8) of the port that emitted different volatile urinary odors or clean air during test sessions given at 4-day intervals.

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