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Anthony Sclafani et al.
American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 307(12), R1448-R1457 (2014-10-17)
Recent studies indicate that, unlike glucose, fructose has little or no post-oral preference conditioning actions in C57BL/6J (B6) mice. The present study determined whether this is also the case for FVB mice, which overconsume fructose relative to B6 mice. In
Encyclopedia of Food and Color Additives, 1 (1997)
Steven Zukerman et al.
Chemical senses, 34(8), 685-694 (2009-09-09)
Prior work has shown that sweet taste-deficient T1R3 knockout (KO) mice developed significant sucrose preferences when given long-term sugar versus water tests. The current study investigated the role of olfaction in this experience-conditioned sucrose preference. T1R3 KO and C57BL/6 wild-type
Heather E King et al.
Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior, 126, 163-169 (2014-10-07)
The inbred Fischer (F344) and Lewis (LEW) rats, while originally developed as animal models for cancer and tissue transplantation research, have since been used to study genetic differences in a variety of physiological and behavioral endpoints. In this context, LEW
Encyclopedia of Food and Color Additives, 1 (1997)
Matthew Allan et al.
Food chemistry, 195, 2-10 (2015-11-18)
Deliquescence points (RH0, RH0mix) of ionic crystalline food ingredients and blends thereof were determined using water activity and moisture sorption techniques. Measured RH0mix values of ingredient blends with and without a common ion were compared to Ross equation predictions of
Sonia Y Bernal et al.
Behavioural brain research, 190(1), 59-66 (2008-03-15)
Systemic administration of dopamine D1 (SCH23390) and less so D2 (raclopride) receptor antagonists significantly reduce acquisition and expression of fructose-conditioned flavor preferences (CFP). Because dopamine in the nucleus accumbens shell (NAcS) is implicated in food reward, the present study examined
Rapid and sensitive detection of sodium saccharin in soft drinks by silver nanorod array SERS substrates
Han C, et al.
Sensors and Actuators B, Chemical, 272-279 (2017)
Yangjie Wei et al.
AAPS PharmSciTech, 16(2), 455-465 (2014-11-02)
Several attempts have been made to mask the bitter taste of oral formulations, but none have been made for injectable formulations. This study aims to mask the bitter taste of dental lidocaine HCl (LID) injection using hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (HP-β-CD) and sodium
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