do anti-anxiety drugs change the
taste of food?
David Pittman, Ph.D.
LIVE LAB WEB CAM
Orosensory detection of fatty
acids by obesity-prone and -resistant rats: Strain and
Chorda tympani nerve
transection impairs the gustatory detection of free fatty
acids in male and female rats.
Brain Research June
Linoleic and oleic acid alter
the licking responses to sweet, sour, salt, and bitter
tastants in rats.
Chemical Senses November 2006.
Detection of free fatty acids
following a conditioned taste aversion in rats.
Physiology & Behavior March 2006.
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