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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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How noise affects the palate: When flying, taste buds prefer savory tomato

While examining how airplane noise affects the palate, food scientists found umami-rich foods become your taste bud's best buds.

When flying, taste buds prefer savory tomato

(Cornell University) While examining how airplane noise affects the palate, Cornell University food scientists found sweetness suppressed and a tasty, tender tomato surprise: umami. The new study conf...

Penguins have terrible taste buds

It's about sustenance, not pleasure. Penguins can't enjoy or even detect the savory taste of the fish they eat or the sweet taste of fruit. A new analysis of the genetic evidence reported in the Cell ...

3 ways to use bacon as medical treatment

You might think of bacon, that thing of gustatory beauty that is salted, cured pork, as just pleasure for your taste buds, however, one of the first medical facts I learned in 2015 was that bacon has ...

Taste receptors for hydrogen peroxide allow worms to indirectly detect light

Human taste receptors are specialized to distinguish several distinct compounds: sugars taste sweet, salts taste salty, and acidic compounds taste sour. Now a new study from MIT finds that the worm Ca...

The Sound (And Taste) Of Music

It's said that a person can have good taste in music but what about the taste of music? What would it taste like? Experimental psychologist Charles Spence and researchers at the Crossmodal Research......

Tasting light

Human taste receptors are specialized to distinguish several distinct compounds: sugars taste sweet, salts taste salty, and acidic compounds taste sour.Read more about Tasting lightComments

Obese children may have a harder time tasting fats than leaner kids

(Reuters Health) - - Obese children may have taste buds that are less able to detect fats than those of leaner kids, a factor that could contribute to excessive eating, a small study suggests.

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The Formation of Endoderm-Derived Taste Sensory Organs Requires a Pax9-Dependent Expansion of Embryonic Taste Bud Progenitor Cells.

In mammals, taste buds develop in different regions of the oral cavity. Small epithelial protrusions form fungiform papillae on the ectoderm-derived dorsum of the tongue and contain one or few taste b...

Expression of the synaptic exocytosis-regulating molecule complexin 2 in taste buds and its participation in peripheral taste transduction.

Taste information from type III taste cells to gustatory neurons is thought to be transmitted via synapses. However, the molecular mechanisms underlying taste transduction through this pathway have no...

Role of neurotrophin in the taste system following gustatory nerve injury.

Taste system is a perfect system to study degeneration and regeneration after nerve injury because the taste system is highly plastic and the regeneraton is robust. Besides, degeneration and regenerat...

A physiologic role for serotonergic transmission in adult rat taste buds.

Of the multiple neurotransmitters and neuropeptides expressed in the mammalian taste bud, serotonin remains both the most studied and least understood. Serotonin is expressed in a subset of taste rece...

MicroRNA-200 family members are weakly expressed in the neurosensory epithelia of the developing zebrafish (Danio rerio) inner ear.

MicroRNA-200 family members are expressed in the developing mouse inner ear and in zebrafish (Danio rerio) olfactory epithelia, taste buds, and neuromasts, and have also been shown to be associated wi...

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