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16:03 EST 14th February 2016 | BioPortfolio

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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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Medical News Today: How your taste buds could help tackle obesity

It is possible to increase fat taste sensitivity in taste buds, according to a new study, which may reduce intake of fatty foods - a strategy that could combat obesity.

Taste buds lining up as the first line of defence against obesity

Training our taste buds to be more sensitive to the taste of fat could be key in the battle to curb the world's growing obesity problem.

Trial Scorecard: RESCUE

Comparison of survivability and efficacy in patients with severe ischemic HF after CABG alone or CABG plus cardiac resynchronization therapy.

PCI vs CABG: A Surgeon and Interventionalist Discussion

Surgeon Dr Kappetein and interventional cardiologist Dr Pyo discuss the various indications for PCI vs CABG, and their preferred revascularization strategy for different types of patients. theheart....

A Warm Dip Makes Tomatoes Flavorful

When Jinhe Bai, a research plant physiologist with the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, tastes a tomato with his eyes closed, his taste buds aren’t electrified by something vibrant and flavorful as one mi...

Mortality Climbs With Rising Pre-CABG HbA1c in Type 1 Diabetes

Indeed, preoperative glycemic control was independently more predictive of post-CABG risk than were cardiovascular risk factors, in a population-based cohort study from Sweden. Heartwire from Medsca...

Impact of AKI in Patients With ACS Treated With CABG

This study sought to quantify the incidence of AKI in patients treated with CABG for acute coronary syndromes. What are the short- and long-term risks of adverse outcomes associated with AKI? Americ...

CABG Skyrockets Among Diabetics; Lessons for Heart Surgeons

A Cleveland Clinic study suggests CABG in diabetics jumped almost fivefold in the past 40 years; experts stress prevention and bilateral internal thoracic artery grafting in appropriate patien...

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β-Catenin Signaling Biases Multipotent Lingual Epithelial Progenitors to Differentiate and Acquire Specific Taste Cell Fates.

Continuous taste bud cell renewal is essential to maintain taste function in adults; however, the molecular mechanisms that regulate taste cell turnover are unknown. Using inducible Cre-lox technology...

Contribution of Underlying Connective Tissue Cells to Taste Buds in Mouse Tongue and Soft Palate.

Taste buds, the sensory organs for taste, have been described as arising solely from the surrounding epithelium, which is in distinction from other sensory receptors that are known to originate from n...

Developmental Plasticity of Patterned and Regenerating Oral Organs.

In many aquatic vertebrates, including bony and cartilaginous fishes, teeth and taste buds colocalize on jaw elements. In these animals, taste buds are renewed continuously throughout life, whereas te...

Taste perception, associated hormonal modulation, and nutrient intake.

It is well known that taste perception influences food intake. After ingestion, gustatory receptors relay sensory signals to the brain, which segregates, evaluates, and distinguishes the stimuli, lead...

Temporal and tissue expression of genes involved in buds of earliness cotton cultivar.

Gene sequences previously identified in Arabidopsis buds were used as references in order to estimate temporal and tissue expression in buds, leaves, stem, and root tissues in cotton plants. Buds were...

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