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Smell and Taste Abnormalities

Smell and taste are intricately linked - as demonstrated by a bad cold, where the sense of smell is lost, but also the taste of foods is much diminished. Both are gradually lost with aging, but ther...

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People genetically sensitive to bitter taste may ingest twice as much salty foods

An unhealthy taste for salty foods is the fault of nature rather than nurture, new research suggests. People with with a genetic makeup that makes their taste buds especially sensitive to bitter flav...

EXCEL, NOBLE: Clarity, Confusion for Left Main PCI vs CABG

Many say guidelines will probably change: One trial found PCI noninferior to CABG, the other gave the edge to CABG; different drug-eluting stents and endpoints were used in the trials. Heartwire fro...

Structural changes in taste receptors in the first stage of taste perception discovered

For the first time Japanese researchers discovered that the extracellular domain of taste receptor proteins undergoes a change in structure by binding together taste substances. This structure change ...

New mechanisms in taste perception

Researchers have discovered that the extracellular domain of taste receptor proteins undergoes a change in structure by binding together taste substances. This structure change is thought to transmit ...

Gaining a better understanding of the way we taste

(Osaka University) For the first time Japanese researchers discovered that the extracellular domain of taste receptor proteins undergoes a change in structure by binding together taste substances. Thi...

The value of teamwork before, during and after CABG procedures

A recent study shows that interactions among healthcare professionals may even help determi

CABG may improve long-term outcomes vs. PCI in patients with left main disease, high SYNTAX score

PCI appears to be a feasible alternative to CABG in patients with unprotected left main disease with low or intermediate SYNTAX scores, but CABG confers greater survival benefit vs. PCI in patients wi...

Scientific evidence reveals that the brain perceives taste with all senses

The phrase "it looks so good you can almost taste it" may actually be scientifically proven based on the findings of a new study by Stony Brook University researchers that explored how the brain proce...

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Expression of Prostatic Acid Phosphatase in Rat Circumvallate Papillae.

ATP and its metabolites are important for taste signaling in taste buds, and thus a clearance system for them would play critical roles in maintenance of gustatory function. A previous report revealed...

Distribution of α-Gustducin and Vimentin in premature and mature taste buds in chickens.

The sensory organs for taste in chickens (Gallus sp.) are taste buds in the oral epithelium of the palate, base of the oral cavity, and posterior tongue. Although there is not a pan-taste cell marker ...

Glutamate: Tastant and Neuromodulator in Taste Buds.

In taste buds, glutamate plays a double role as a gustatory stimulus and neuromodulator. The detection of glutamate as a tastant involves several G protein-coupled receptors, including the heterodimer...

Taste receptors and gustatory associated G proteins in channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus.

Taste sensation plays a pivotal role in nutrient identification and acquisition. This is particularly true for channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) that live in turbid waters with limited visibility....

ALTERATION OF TASTE BUDS IN EXPERIMENTAL CIRRHOSIS. Is there correlation with human hypogeusia?

The inherent complications of cirrhosis include protein-calorie malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies.Changes in taste are detrimental to the nutritional status, and the mechanism to explain the...

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