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Impact of Flavors on Nicotine Perception and Self-Administration Via E-cigarettes

The goal of this application is to test whether menthol and fruit flavors impact e-cigarette use through dissociable mechanisms and exert their effects differentially across nicotine doses.


Effects of Flavors on Nicotine Reinforcement in Smokers

To examine the acute reinforcing effects of menthol, a fruit flavor (green apple) or a fruit flavor plus menthol, alone or in combination with nicotine in smokers. Flavors will be administered by inhalation via electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and nicotine will be administered intravenously. The reinforcing drug effects will be measured with the drug effects questionnaire (DEQ).

Impact of Cigarette and E-cigarette Flavors on Adult Smoking Behavior

This study will investigate within-person changes in smoking behavior when current menthol smokers are switched to non-menthol cigarettes and either tobacco or menthol flavored e-cigarettes.


The Effects of Menthol as Delivered by an Electronic Cigarette on the Desirability of Nicotine in Tobacco Users

This study will help determine if menthol administered by inhalation via electronic cigarettes (e-cigarette) changes the reinforcing effects of pure nicotine administered intravenously in cigarette smokers who smoke mentholated or non-mentholated cigarettes.

Effect of Banning Menthol Flavorant on Cigarette and E-Cigarette Use

In this pilot study, menthol cigarette smokers will be randomized to one of three experimental marketplaces: 1) a condition simulating a ban on menthol cigarettes but not menthol e-cigarettes (condition A); 2) a condition simulating a ban on both menthol cigarettes and menthol e-cigarettes (Condition B); and 3) a condition in which menthol is not banned for either product (Condition C - the control condition). All conditions would have medicinal nicotine available if subjects d...

Experimental Tobacco Marketplace in Regulating Flavored Tobacco Products in Menthol Cigarette Smokers

This trial uses an Experimental Tobacco Marketplace to study the purchase of tobacco products in menthol cigarette smokers. Determining the level of substitutability of both flavored and unflavored/tobacco flavored e-cigarettes when menthol cigarettes are available and unavailable can help determine if a flavor ban (of either menthol cigarettes and/or flavored e-cigarettes) will lead to smoking cessation and/or harm reduction. A greater understanding of tobacco product purchasi...

Perceptions of Cigarette Smoking in Young Adults

This study focuses on menthol (n = 125) and non-menthol (n = 125) smoking young adults (YAs; defined here as ages 18 to 24) who started smoking in the past 6-months.

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Comparison of Nicotine Plasma Concentrations and Subjective Effects for Three Menthol Electronic Cigarettes vs Combustible Menthol Cigarettes and Nicotine Gum

The purpose of this study is to measure plasma nicotine uptake parameters, physiological measures, and subjective effect measures in smokers during and following a single ad libitum use of three menthol electronic cigarettes versus combustible menthol cigarettes and nicotine gum.

Manipulating Tobacco Constituents in Male Menthol Smokers

This study examines the potential effect of reducing nicotine content or menthol or both in men. It will also examine whether there are gender differences in manipulating tobacco flavors and nicotine concentrations in cigarettes on smoking behavior.

Flavor Test Results in General Population

Dietary choices are influenced by several factors, including physiological, social or genetic factors. Among these, flavor is the most important determinant modulating the preferences versus specific foods. Flavor perception is the result from the sensory integration of taste and odor properties of food. Aim of the present study was to assess flavor abilities in a large population using a validated perceptive test.

Establishing the Effect of Flavor on the Addictive Potential of Electronic Cigarettes

The current study aims to establish proof-of-concept that neural cue-reactivity can serve as an early, objective marker of electronic cigarette (ECIG) addictive potential. Further, this study will examine the effect of flavor and nicotine concentration on the addictive potential of ECIGs to aid research informing U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) flavor regulations and smoking cessation.

Does Sweet Taste Potentiate Nicotine Cue Reactivity?

The investigators' aim is to test the prediction that sweet taste perception enhances the ability of nicotine to induce neural plastic changes in brain reward circuits to increase the saliency, liking and brain reactivity to the sight and vaporized flavor of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes).

Menthol Flavored E-cigarette Use During a Simulated Ban of Menthol Cigarettes

The purpose of this formative study is to provide preliminary data regarding how the availability of menthol flavored e-cigarettes affects tobacco use behavior in the context of a ban on menthol flavored cigarettes

Manipulating Tobacco Constituents in Female Menthol Smokers

This study examines the potential effect of reducing nicotine content or menthol or both in women of reproductive age, a vulnerable population identified by the FDA in need of further research.

Assessing the Effect of Flavor on ENDS Users' Experiences and Exposures

Recently, Maziak established a clinical lab at FIU to test the potential of waterpipe tobacco flavor regulation by the FDA. Given the importance of flavors on adolescent ENDS uptake and use, this lab is equipped to study the impact of flavor manipulations among adolescent ENDS users. In this study will recruit 80 young (18-24) JUUL users, in a 2x2 cross over lab study where in one condition they will use their JUUL preferred flavor and the other JUUL standard tobacco flavor. Ou...

Evaluating a Mindful Eating Curriculum, "Savor the Flavor"

The overall goal of this study is to conduct a preliminary evaluation of the feasibility and efficacy of the "Savor the Flavor" intervention.

A Trial of LEE011 in Patients With Advanced Solid Tumors or Lymphoma.

LEE011 is a new oral drug designed to inhibit the activity of an enzyme known as CDK4/6. CDK4/6 is involved in the process that allows both normal and cancer cells to divide and multiply. Cancer cells are often driven to divide and multiply by abnormalities that increase the activity of CDK4. Hence there is hope that blocking the activity of CDK4 may slow the growth of some cancers. LEE011 has shown anti-cancer activity in several different tumor models in animals. Becau...

Evaluating Selected Constituents in the Exhaled Breath Samples

An Open-Label, Single-Center Study to Evaluate Selected Constituents in the Exhaled Breath Samples From the Use of JUUL Nicotine Salt Pod System Product (5% and 3% Virginia Tobacco, Mint, Mango, Menthol) Users and Conventional Cigarettes (Non-Menthol and Menthol Flavors)

Impact of Switching to Non-Menthol Cigarettes Among Smokers

This pilot study will investigate within-person changes in smoking behavior when current adult smokers are systematically switched from smoking menthol cigarettes to non-menthol cigarettes.

Desensitization of Nociceptive Afferents by Application of Topical Capsaicin, Trans-cinnamaldehyde and L-menthol

The purpose of this study is to investigate the potential desensitising effects of repeated applications of capsaicin, trans-cinnamaldehyde and L-menthol on thermal, mechanical and chemical sensory stimulations.

Effectiveness of Menthol Chewing Gum in the Management of Thirst

The objective of this study was to compare the effectiveness of menthol chewing gum compared to maintained fasting (usual care) in reducing the intensity of the surgical patient's thirst during the preoperative period. The hypothesis of the study was that the use of menthol chewing gum in surgical patients in the preoperative period would be more effective than the maintenance of fasting with regard to the decrease in thirst and its discomforts.

L-menthol as a Topical Counter-irritant to TRPA1-induced Neurogenic Inflammation and Pain

The aim of this study is to quantitatively characterize the effects of L-menthol as a topical counter-irritant on cutaneous pain and hyperalgesia provoked by topical application of the TRPA1-agonist trans-cinnamaldehyde (CA) in healthy human volunteers.

Nicotine Delivery Rate and Its Abuse Potential: Impact of Menthol

A placebo-controlled study to enroll male and female tobacco smokers menthol (n=35) and non-menthol (n=35) who will participate in five experimental sessions. subjects will be given an IV infusion of either saline or 1 mg nicotine at rapid, moderate or slow infusion rates (nicotine at 0.24,0.096, 0.048 and 0.024, mcg per kg body weight per sec).

Menthol Popsicle to Manage the Patient's Seat in the Preoperative Period.

Thirst is defined as the desire to drink water. The perception and satiation of thirst constitute an interconnected network of neuronal, physiological and hormonal mechanisms that act simultaneously. In the oropharyngeal cavity are ionic channels called Transient Receptor Potential Melastatin 8 stimulated by cold temperatures and menthol, which aid in the control and decrease of the thirst intensity for providing refreshment and satiety without, however, the necessity of fluid ...

Vascular EffectS of regUlar Cigarettes Versus electronIc Cigarette USe

The purpose of this study is to assess the effects of electronic cigarettes-nicotine and electronic cigarette-nicotine free on endothelial function as compared to traditional cigarettes. Participants will be randomized to one of three groups in a 1:1:1 fashion. The groups will be: 1. Continue with tobacco cigarettes 2. Switch to electronic cigarettes containing nicotine plus flavor 3. Switch to electronic cigarettes containing flavor alone Treatment period...


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