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    1. Okada, Y; Fujiyama, R; Miyamoto, T; Sato, T
      Saccharin activates cation conductance via inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate production in a subset of isolated rod taste cells in the frog

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. El-Sharaby, A; Ueda, K; Wakisaka, S
      Differentiation of the lingual and palatal gustatory epithelium of the ratas revealed by immunohistochemistry of alpha-gustducin

      ARCHIVES OF HISTOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY
    3. Breslin, PAS
      Human gustation and flavour

      FLAVOUR AND FRAGRANCE JOURNAL
    4. Ruiz, CJ; Stone, LM; McPheeters, M; Ogura, T; Bottger, B; Lasher, RS; Finger, TE; Kinnamon, SC
      Maintenance of rat taste buds in primary culture

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    5. McMahon, DBT; Shikata, H; Breslin, PAS
      Are human taste thresholds similar on the right and left sides of the tongue?

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    6. Varkevisser, B; Peterson, D; Ogura, T; Kinnamon, SC
      Neural networks distinguish between taste qualities based on receptor cellpopulation responses

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    7. Yan, WT; Sunavala, G; Rosenzweig, S; Dasso, M; Brand, JG; Spielman, AI
      Bitter taste transduced by PLC-beta(2)-dependent rise in IP3 and alpha-gustducin-dependent fall in cyclic nucleotides

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Nofre, C
      New hypotheses for the GPCR 3D arrangement based on a molecular model of the human sweet-taste receptor

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Linden, A; Lee, CK; Sofian, ASM
      3-O-Acetyl-4-deoxy-4-iodo-beta-D-fructofuranosyl 2,3,6-tri-O-acetyl-4-chloro-4-deoxy-alpha-D-glucopyranoside

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Mandillo, S; Kanarek, RB
      Chronic sucrose intake enhances nicotine-induced antinociception in femalebut not male Long-Evans rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    11. Lindemann, B
      Receptors and transduction in taste

      NATURE
    12. Li, YX; Perruccio, E; Zhang, X; Kleinhaus, AL
      Bitter substances suppress afferent responses to an appetitive mixture: Evidence for peripheral integration of chemosensory stimuli

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    13. Imoto, T; Sasamoto, K; Ninomiya, Y
      beta-Cyclodextrin inhibits the sweet taste suppressing activity of gurmarin by the formation of an inclusion complex with aromatic residues in gurmarin

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Abdollahi, M; Nikfar, S; Habibi, L
      Saccharin effects on morphine-induced antinociception in the mouse formalin test

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    15. Holt, SHA; Sandona, N; Brand-Miller, JC
      The effects of sugar-free vs sugar-rich beverages on feelings of fullness and subsequent food intake

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCES AND NUTRITION
    16. Schiffman, SS; Graham, BG; Sattely-Miller, EA; Peterson-Dancy, M
      Elevated and sustained desire for sweet taste in African-Americans: A potential factor in the development of obesity

      NUTRITION
    17. Rossler, P; Boekhoff, I; Tareilus, E; Beck, S; Breer, H; Freitag, J
      G protein beta gamma complexes in circumvallate taste cells involved in bitter transduction

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    18. Krizhanovsky, V; Agamy, O; Naim, M
      Sucrose-stimulated subsecond transient increase in cGMP level in rat intact circumvallate taste bud cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Harada, S; Kasahara, Y
      Inhibitory effect of gurmarin on palatal taste responses to amino acids inthe rat

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Daniell, S; Mellits, KH; Faus, I; Connerton, I
      Refolding the sweet-tasting protein thaumatin II from insoluble inclusion bodies synthesised in Escherichia coli

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    21. Teff, K
      Nutritional implications of the cephalic-phase reflexes: Endocrine responses

      APPETITE
    22. Seppelt, B; Zunft, HJF
      Sensitivity and preference for sweet taste during a long-term change in the dietary carbohydrate consumption

      ERNAHRUNGS-UMSCHAU
    23. Stockhorst, U; Steingruber, HJ; Scherbaum, WA
      Classically conditioned responses following repeated insulin and glucose administration in humans

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Jasiczak, J; Jonska-Muteba, E; Zalewski, RI
      Structure-activity relationship of sweet molecules: Phenylurea derivatives

      POLISH JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY
    25. Silveira, PP; Xavier, MH; Souza, FH; Manoli, LP; Rosat, RM; Ferreira, MBC; Dalmaz, C
      Interaction between repeated restraint stress and concomitant midazolam administration on sweet food ingestion in rats

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    26. Tinti, JM; Glaser, D; Wanner, M; Nofre, C
      Comparison of gustatory responses to amino acids in pigs and in humans

      LEBENSMITTEL-WISSENSCHAFT UND-TECHNOLOGIE-FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    27. Murakami, M; Kijima, H
      Transduction ion channels directly gated by sugars on the insect taste cell

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Yang, RB; Tabata, S; Crowley, HH; Margolskee, RF; Kinnamon, JC
      Ultrastructural localization of gustducin immunoreactivity in microvilli of type II taste cells in the rat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    29. Ebisawa, K; Nagashima, N; Fukuhara, K; Kumon, S; Kishimoto, S; Suzuki, E; Yoneda, S; Umeyama, H
      Intermediate state during the crystal transition in aspartame, studied with thermal analysis, solid-state NMR, and molecular dynamics simulation

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    30. Nakashima, K; Ninomiya, Y
      Transduction for sweet taste of saccharin may involve both inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate and cAMP pathways in the fungiform taste buds in C57BL mice

      CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Hofer, D; Drenckhahn, D
      Localisation of actin, villin, fimbrin, ezrin and ankyrin in rat taste receptor cells

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    32. Hellekant, G; Danilova, V
      Taste in domestic pig, Sus scrofa

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY AND ANIMAL NUTRITION-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR TIERPHYSIOLOGIE TIERERNAHRUNG UND FUTTERMITTELKUNDE
    33. Boughter, JD; Gilbertson, TA
      From channels to behavior: An integrative model of NaCl taste

      NEURON
    34. Parke, SA; Birch, GG; Dijk, R
      Some taste molecules and their solution properties

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    35. Danilova, V; Roberts, T; Hellekant, G
      Responses of single taste fibers and whole chorda tympani and glossopharyngeal nerve in the domestic pig, Sus scrofa

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    36. Roessingh, P; Hora, KH; van Loon, JJA; Menken, SBJ
      Evolution of gustatory sensitivity in Yponomeuta caterpillars: sensitivityto the stereo-isomers dulcitol and sorbitol is localised in a single sensory cell

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    37. Parke, SA; Birch, GG
      Solution properties of ethanol in water

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    38. Laska, M; Schull, E; Scheuber, HP
      Taste preference thresholds for food-associated sugars in baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    39. Hoon, MA; Adler, E; Lindemeier, J; Battey, JF; Ryba, NJP; Zuker, CS
      Putative mammalian taste receptors: A class of taste-specific GPCRs with distinct topographic selectivity

      CELL
    40. D'Anci, KE
      Tolerance to morphine-induced antinociception is decreased by chronic sucrose or polycose intake

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    41. Herness, MS; Gilbertson, TA
      Cellular mechanisms of taste transduction

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    42. McSweeney, FK; Swindell, S
      General-process theories of motivation revisited: The role of habituation

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    43. Ming, D; Ninomiya, Y; Margolskee, RF
      Blocking taste receptor activation of gustducin inhibits gustatory responses to bitter compounds

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    44. Ogura, T; Kinnamon, SC
      IP3-independent release of Ca2+ from intracellular stores: A novel mechanism for transduction of bitter stimuli

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    45. Pumplin, DW; Getschman, E; Boughter, JD; Yu, CS; Smith, DV
      Differential expression of carbohydrate blood-group antigens on rat taste-bud cells: Relation to the functional marker alpha-gustducin

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    46. Fletcher, JI; Dingley, AJ; Smith, R; Connor, M; Christie, MJ; King, GF
      High-resolution solution structure of gurmarin, a sweet-taste-suppressing plant polypeptide

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    47. Mattern, RH; Amino, Y; Benedetti, E; Goodman, M
      Conformational analysis of potent sweet taste ligands by NMR and computer simulations

      BIOPOLYMERS
    48. SPIELMAN AI
      CHEMOSENSORY FUNCTION AND DYSFUNCTION

      Critical reviews in oral biology and medicine
    49. NAKASHIMA K; NINOMIYA Y
      INCREASE IN INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE LEVELS OF THE FUNGIFORM PAPILLA IN RESPONSE TO SACCHARIN AND BITTER SUBSTANCES IN MICE

      Cellular physiology and biochemistry
    50. OKADA Y; FUJIYAMA R; MIYAMOTO T; SATO T
      INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE ACTIVATES NONSELECTIVE CATION CONDUCTANCE VIA INTRACELLULAR CA2+ INCREASE IN ISOLATED FROG TASTE CELLS

      European journal of neuroscience
    51. BERLIN I; GIVRYSTEINER L; LECRUBIER Y; PUECH AJ
      MEASURES OF ANHEDONIA AND HEDONIC RESPONSES TO SUCROSE IN DEPRESSIVE AND SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS IN COMPARISON WITH HEALTHY-SUBJECTS

      European psychiatry
    52. MAEHASHI K; UDAKA S
      SWEETNESS OF LYSOZYMES

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    53. LEE HD; OMAHONY M
      PTC AND PROP BEHAVE DIFFERENTLY IN TESTS OF DISCRIMINATION FROM THEIRSOLVENTS

      Chemical senses
    54. FROLOFF N; LLORET E; MARTINEZ JM; FAURION A
      CROSS-ADAPTATION AND MOLECULAR MODELING STUDY OF RECEPTOR MECHANISMS COMMON TO 4 TASTE STIMULI IN HUMANS

      Chemical senses
    55. Harada, S; Yamaguchi, K; Kasahara, Y
      Gustatory responses to amino acids in the chorda tympani nerve of C3H mice

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    56. NINOMIYA Y; IMOTO T; YATABE A; KAWAMURA S; NAKASHIMA K; KATSUKAWA H
      ENHANCED RESPONSES OF THE CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE TO NONSUGAR SWEETENERSIN THE DIABETIC DB DB MOUSE/

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    57. Rossler, P; Kroner, C; Freitag, J; Noe, J; Breer, H
      Identification of a phospholipase C beta subtype in rat taste cells

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    58. KUSAKABE Y; YAMAGUCHI E; TANEMURA K; KAMEYAMA K; CHIBA N; ARAI S; EMORI Y; ABE K
      IDENTIFICATION OF 2 ALPHA-SUBUNIT SPECIES OF GTP-BINDING PROTEINS, G-ALPHA-15 AND G-ALPHA-Q, EXPRESSED IN RAT TASTE-BUDS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    59. Perl, MA; Mandic, ML; Primorac, L; Klapec, T; Perl, A
      Adolescent acceptance of different foods by obesity status and by sex

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    60. SPIELMAN AI
      GUSTDUCIN AND ITS ROLE IN TASTE

      Journal of dental research
    61. Kumazawa, T; Brand, JG; Teeter, JH
      Amino acid-activated channels in the catfish taste system

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    62. SINGH RN
      NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE GUSTATORY SYSTEMS OF DROSOPHILA AND SOME TERRESTRIAL INSECTS

      Microscopy research and technique
    63. DIB K; WRISEZ F; JAMALI AE; LAMBERT B; CORREZE C
      SODIUM SACCHARIN INHIBITS ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ACTIVITY IN NON-TASTE CELLS

      Cellular signalling
    64. HELLEKANT G; DANILOVA V; ROBERTS T; NINOMIYA Y
      THE TASTE OF ETHANOL IN A PRIMATE MODEL .1. CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE RESPONSE IN MACACA-MULATTA

      Alcohol
    65. MILLER DP; DEPABLO JJ; CORTI H
      THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF TREHALOSE AND ITS CONCENTRATED AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS

      Pharmaceutical research
    66. WIET SG; MILLER GA
      DOES CHEMICAL MODIFICATION OF TASTANTS MERELY ENHANCE THEIR INTRINSICTASTE QUALITIES

      Food chemistry
    67. CROVETTI R; SANTANGELO A; RISO P; PORRINI M
      SWEET TASTE REACTIVITY AND SATIETY

      Nutrition research
    68. BOUGHTER JD; PUMPLIN DW; YU CS; CHRISTY RC; SMITH DV
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF ALPHA-GUSTDUCIN IN TASTE BUD POPULATIONS OF THE RAT AND HAMSTER

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. DANCI KE; KANAREK RB; MARKSKAUFMAN RM
      BEYOND SWEET TASTE - SACCHARIN, SUCROSE, AND POLYCOSE DIFFER IN THEIREFFECTS UPON MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    70. SHALLENBERGER RS
      TASTE RECOGNITION CHEMISTRY

      Pure and applied chemistry
    71. HELLEKANT G; NINOMIYA Y; DANILOVA V
      TASTE IN CHIMPANZEES .2. SINGLE CHORDA TYMPANI FIBERS

      Physiology & behavior
    72. FORMAKER BK; MACKINNON BI; HETTINGER TP; FRANK ME
      OPPONENT EFFECTS OF QUININE AND SUCROSE ON SINGLE-FIBER TASTE RESPONSES OF THE CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE

      Brain research
    73. THORNGATE JH
      THE PHYSIOLOGY OF HUMAN SENSORY RESPONSE TO WINE - A REVIEW

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    74. GREEN SM; BLUNDELL JE
      EFFECT OF FAT-CONTAINING AND SUCROSE-CONTAINING FOODS ON THE SIZE OF EATING EPISODES AND ENERGY-INTAKE IN LEAN DIETARY RESTRAINED AND UNRESTRAINED FEMALES - POTENTIAL FOR CAUSING OVERCONSUMPTION

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    75. KINNAMON SC
      TASTE TRANSDUCTION - LINKAGE BETWEEN MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND PSYCHOPHYSICS

      Food quality and preference
    76. SPECTOR AC; REDMAN R; GARCEA M
      THE CONSEQUENCES OF GUSTATORY NERVE TRANSECTION ON TASTE-GUIDED LICKING OF SUCROSE AND MALTOSE IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    77. SCLAFANI A; LUCAS F; ACKROFF K
      THE IMPORTANCE OF TASTE AND PALATABILITY IN CARBOHYDRATE-INDUCED OVEREATING IN RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    78. KAPPATOS T; GORDON MH; BIRCH GG
      SOLUTION PROPERTIES OF VANILLIN AND DIACETYL IN AQUEOUS-ETHANOL SOLUTIONS

      Food chemistry
    79. SHALLENBERGER RS
      THE AH,B GLYCOPHORE AND GENERAL TASTE CHEMISTRY

      Food chemistry
    80. ARBISI PA; LEVINE AS; NERENBERG J; WOLF J
      SEASONAL ALTERATION IN TASTE DETECTION AND RECOGNITION THRESHOLD IN SEASONAL AFFECTIVE-DISORDER - THE PROXIMATE SOURCE OF CARBOHYDRATE CRAVING

      Psychiatry research
    81. DANCI KE; KANAREK RB; MARKSKAUFMAN R
      DURATION OF SUCROSE AVAILABILITY DIFFERENTIALLY ALTERS MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    82. KENNELLY EJ; CAI LN; KIM NC; KINGHORN AD
      ABRUSOSIDE-E, A FURTHER SWEET-TASTING CYCLOARTANE GLYCOSIDE FROM THE LEAVES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS

      Phytochemistry
    83. BARRY MA; LARSON DC; FRANK ME
      EFFECTS OF CHORDA TYMPANI TRANSECTION ON LONG-TERM SALT PREFERENCE INHAMSTERS

      Physiology & behavior
    84. REHNBERG BG; MACKINNON BI; HETTINGER TP; FRANK ME
      ANALYSIS OF POLYSACCHARIDE TASTE IN HAMSTERS - BEHAVIORAL AND NEURAL STUDIES

      Physiology & behavior
    85. MELA DJ
      EATING BEHAVIOR, FOOD PREFERENCES AND DIETARY-INTAKE IN RELATION TO OBESITY AND BODY-WEIGHT STATUS

      Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
    86. REYNHARDT EC; LATANOWICZ L
      MOLECULAR MOTIONS IN SOLID SACCHARIDES STUDIED BY NMR-SPECTROSCOPY

      Chemical physics letters
    87. NISHIZAWA M; YAMADA H
      NOVEL SYNTHETIC APPROACHES INTO INTENSELY SWEET GLYCOSIDES - BAIYUNOSIDE AND OSLADIN

      Synlett
    88. ARAI K; ISHIMA R; MORIKAWA S; MIYASAKA A; IMOTO T; YOSHIMURA S; AIMOTO S; AKASAKA K
      3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF GURMARIN, A SWEET TASTE-SUPPRESSING POLYPEPTIDE

      Journal of biomolecular NMR
    89. NINOMIYA Y; SAKO N; IMAI Y
      ENHANCED GUSTATORY NEURAL RESPONSES TO SUGARS IN THE DIABETIC DB DB MOUSE/

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    90. PORTMANN MO; BIRCH G
      SWEET TASTE AND SOLUTION PROPERTIES OF ALPHA,ALPHA-TREHALOSE

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    91. MIYASAKA A; IMOTO T
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INHIBITORY EFFECT OF A NOVEL PEPTIDE GURMARIN ON THE SWEET TASTE RESPONSE IN RATS

      Brain research
    92. LATANOWICZ L; REYNHARDT EC; UTRECHT R; MEDYCKI W
      NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE INVESTIGATION OF INTRAMOLECULAR MOTIONS INMETHYLPYRANOSIDES

      Berichte der Bunsengesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie
    93. STEFURAK TL; VANDERKOOY D
      TEGMENTAL PEDUNCULOPONTINE LESIONS IN RATS DECREASE SACCHARINS REWARDING EFFECTS BUT NOT ITS MEMORY-IMPROVING EFFECT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    94. STJOHN SJ; GARCEA M; SPECTOR AC
      COMBINED, BUT NOT SINGLE, GUSTATORY NERVE TRANSECTION SUBSTANTIALLY ALTERS TASTE-GUIDED LICKING BEHAVIOR TO QUININE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    95. SPILLANE WJ; RYDER CA; SHEAHAN M
      SYNTHESIS AND TASTE PROPERTIES OF SODIUM MONOSUBSTITUTED PHENYLSULFAMATES

      Food chemistry
    96. NAIM M; SEIFERT R; NURNBERG B; GRUNBAUM L; SCHULTZ G
      SOME TASTE SUBSTANCES ARE DIRECT ACTIVATORS OF G-PROTEINS

      Biochemical journal
    97. SCHIFFMAN SS; GATLIN LA; SUGGS MS; HEIMAN SA; STAGNER WC; ERICKSON RP
      MODULATORS OF THE ADENYLATE-CYCLASE SYSTEM CAN ALTER ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL TASTE RESPONSES IN GERBIL

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    98. HIGGINS GA; TOMKINS DM; POULOS CX; SELLERS EM
      EFFECT OF DEXFENFLURAMINE ON SACCHARIN DRINKING - BEHAVIORAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    99. FRANKO DL; WOLFE BE; JIMERSON DC
      ELEVATED SWEET TASTE PLEASANTNESS RATINGS IN BULIMIA-NERVOSA

      Physiology & behavior
    100. CABANAC M; ZHAO CQ
      CHOLECYSTOKININ LOSES ITS SATIATING PROPERTY IN FOOD-DEPRIVED RATS

      Physiology & behavior


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