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    1. Cubero-Castillo, E; Noble, AC
      Effect of compound sequence on bitterness enhancement

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    2. 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
    3. Abdollahi, M; Nikfar, S; Habibi, L
      Saccharin effects on morphine-induced antinociception in the mouse formalin test

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    4. Contreras, RJ; Lundy, RF
      Gustatory neuron types in the periphery: A functional perspective

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    5. 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
    6. Peleg, H; Gacon, K; Schlich, P; Noble, AC
      Bitterness and astringency of flavan-3-ol monomers, dimers and trimers

      JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
    7. Monastyrskaia, K; Lundstrom, K; Plahl, D; Acuna, G; Schweitzer, C; Malherbe, P; Mutel, V
      Effect of the umami peptides on the ligand binding and function of rat mGlu4a receptor might implicate this receptor in the monosodium glutamate taste transduction

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. 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
    9. GILBERTSON TA
      GUSTATORY MECHANISMS FOR THE DETECTION OF FAT

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    10. GILBERTSON TA; FONTENOT DT
      DISTRIBUTION OF AMILORIDE-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNELS IN THE ORAL CAVITY OF THE HAMSTER

      Chemical senses
    11. GILBERTSON TA; ZHANG H
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SODIUM-TRANSPORT IN GUSTATORY EPITHELIA FROM THE HAMSTER AND RAT

      Chemical senses
    12. 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
    13. 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
    14. BOUGHTER JD; SMITH DV
      AMILORIDE BLOCKS ACID RESPONSES IN NACL-BEST GUSTATORY NEURONS OF THEHAMSTER SOLITARY NUCLEUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    15. YAMAMOTO T; NAGAI T; SHIMURA T; YASOSHIMA Y
      ROLES OF CHEMICAL MEDIATORS IN THE TASTE SYSTEM

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    16. MIWA K; KANEMURA F; TONOSAKI K
      TASTES ACTIVATE DIFFERENT 2ND-MESSENGER IN TASTE CELLS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    17. OGURA T; MACKAYSIM A; KINNAMON SC
      BITTER TASTE TRANSDUCTION OF DENATONIUM IN THE MUDPUPPY NECTURUS-MACULOSUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    18. GILBERTSON TA; KINNAMON SC
      MAKING SENSE OF CHEMICALS

      Chemistry & biology
    19. TENNISSEN AM; MCCUTCHEON NB
      ANTERIOR TONGUE STIMULATION WITH AMILORIDE SUPPRESSES NACL SALTINESS,BUT NOT CITRIC-ACID SOURNESS IN HUMANS

      Chemical senses
    20. SPECTOR AC; GUAGLIARDO NA; STJOHN SJ
      AMILORIDE DISRUPTS NACL VERSUS KCL DISCRIMINATION PERFORMANCE - IMPLICATIONS FOR SALT TASTE CODING IN RATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    21. MACRAE AD; PREMONT RT; JABER M; PETERSON AS; LEFKOWITZ RJ
      CLONING, CHARACTERIZATION, AND CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF REC1.3, A MEMBER OF THE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR FAMILY HIGHLY EXPRESSED IN BRAIN

      Molecular brain research
    22. OSSEBAARD CA; SMITH DV
      AMILORIDE SUPPRESSES THE SOURNESS OF NACL AND LICL

      Physiology & behavior
    23. DOOLIN RE; GILBERTSON TA
      DISTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL AMILORIDE-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNELS IN RAT TONGUE

      The Journal of general physiology
    24. SOEDA H; OKAMOTO F; KAJIYA H; OKABE K
      SUGAR-INDUCED TRANSEPITHELIAL RESPONSES ACROSS THE TONGUE EPITHELIUM OF THE FROG RANA-CATESBEIANA

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    25. SCHIFFMAN SS; MANNING MP; WARWICK ZS; CRUMBLISS AL
      DETECTION THRESHOLDS OF POTASSIUM-SALTS ARE RELATED TO THE MOLAR CONDUCTIVITY OF THE ANION

      Brain research bulletin
    26. SMITH DV; OSSEBAARD CA
      AMILORIDE SUPPRESSION OF THE TASTE INTENSITY OF SODIUM-CHLORIDE - EVIDENCE FROM DIRECT MAGNITUDE SCALING

      Physiology & behavior
    27. SOEDA H; SAKUDO F; KAJIYA H; OKABE K
      EPITHELIAL RESPONSES OF THE FROG (RANA-CATESBEIANA) TONGUE TO GLYCYL-AMIDES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO GUSTATORY NERVE RESPONSES

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    28. CONTRERAS RJ; STUDLEY JL
      AMILORIDE ALTERS LICK RATE RESPONSES TO NACL AND KCL IN RATS

      Chemical senses
    29. TAKAMI S; GETCHELL TV; MCLAUGHLIN SK; MARGOLSKEE RF; GETCHELL ML
      HUMAN TASTE CELLS EXPRESS THE G-PROTEIN ALPHA-GUSTDUCIN AND NEURON-SPECIFIC ENOLASE

      Molecular brain research
    30. MCLAUGHLIN SK; MCKINNON PJ; SPICKOFSKY N; DANHO W; MARGOLSKEE RF
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF G-PROTEINS AND PHOSPHODIESTERASES FROM RAT TASTECELLS

      Physiology & behavior
    31. SCHIFFMAN SS; PECORE SD; BOOTH BJ; LOSEE ML; CARR BT; SATTELYMILLER E; GRAHAM BG; WARWICK ZS
      ADAPTATION OF SWEETENERS IN WATER AND IN TANNIC-ACID SOLUTIONS

      Physiology & behavior
    32. ROSETT TR; SHIRLEY L; SCHMIDT SJ; KLEIN BP
      NA-23 NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY INFLUENCES THE PERCEPTION OF SALTINESS IN GUM SOLUTIONS( BINDING AS MEASURED BY NA)

      Journal of food science
    33. FEIGIN AM; NINOMIYA Y; BEZRUKOV SM; BRYANT BP; MOORE PA; KOMAI M; WACHOWIAK M; TEETER JH; VODYANOY I; BRAND JG
      ENHANCEMENT OF GUSTATORY NERVE-FIBERS TO NACL AND FORMATION OF ION CHANNELS BY COMMERCIAL NOVOBIOCIN

      The American journal of physiology
    34. SETTLES AM; MIERSON S
      ION-TRANSPORT IN RAT TONGUE EPITHELIUM IN-VITRO - A DEVELOPMENTAL-STUDY

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    35. SIMON SA; ELLIOTT EJ; ERICKSON RP; HOLLAND VF
      ION-TRANSPORT ACROSS LINGUAL EPITHELIUM IS MODULATED BY CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE-FIBERS

      Brain research


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