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Genetic sensitivity to the bitter taste of 6-n-propylthiouracil (PROP) and its association with Physiological mechanisms controlling Body Mass Index (BMI)2014Tepper BJ; Banni S; Melis M; Crnjar R; Tomassini Barbarossa INUTRIENTS
Chemosensory basis for feeding behaviour differences in the larvae of two closely related butterfly species: Papilio hospiton, a specialist and Papilio machaon, a generalist2014Sollai G; Tomassini Barbarossa I; Masala C; Solari P; Crnjar RCHEMICAL SENSES
Gustatory Sensitivity and Food Acceptance in Two Phylogenetically Closely Related Papilionid Species: Papilio hospiton and Papilio machaon.2014Sollai G; Tomassini Barbarossa I; Masala C; Solari P; Crnjar RPLOS ONE
Brain activation pattern during perception of PROP bitter taste using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)2014Tomassini Barbarossa I; Crnjar R; Banni S; Melis M; Zonza A; Fraschini M; Bitti G; Siotto P; Porc...u S; Puligheddu M; Demuru M; Barberini L; Marrosu FCHEMICAL SENSES
Papilio hospiton and Papilio machaon larvae discriminate bitter taste stimuli by different coding modalities2014Crnjar R; Tomassini Barbarossa I; Masala C; Solari P; Sollai GThe Association for Chemoreception Sciences
A paper screening test to assess oral sensitivity to oleic acid in normo-weight PROP super-tasters, medium tasters and non-tasters2014Sollai G; Muroni P; Melis M; Crnjar R; Tomassini Barbarossa ICHEMICAL SENSES
Morpho-functional analysis of individual differences of prop bitter taste perception2013Melis M; Muroni P; Cabras T; Messana I; Crnjar R; Tomassini Barbarossa IEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY
Marked increase in PROP taste responsiveness following oral supplementation with selected salivary proteins or their related free amino acids2013Melis M; Aragoni MC; Arca M; Cabras T; Caltagirone C; Castagnola M; Crnjar R; Messana I; Tepper B...J; Tomassini Barbarossa IPLOS ONE
Chemosensory basis for feeding behaviour differences in the larvae of two closely related butterfly species: Papilio hospiton, a specialist and Papilio machaon, a generalist2013Sollai G; Tomassini Barbarossa I; Masala C; Solari P; Crnjar R
The gustin (CA6) gene polymorphism, rs2274333 (A/G), as a mechanistic link between PROP tasting and fungiform taste papilla density and maintenance2013Melis M; Atzori E; Cabras S; Zonza A; Calò C; Muroni P; Nieddu M; Padiglia A; Sogos V; Tepper BJ;... Tomassini Barbarossa IPLOS ONE
Papilio hospiton larvae discriminate bitter and sweet stimuli by the “labeled lines” coding modality2013Sollai G; I. Tomassini Barbarossa; C. Masala; P. Solari; R. CrnjarEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY
Taste sensitivity to 6-n-propylthiouracil is associated with endocannabinoid plasma levels in normal-weight individuals2013TOMASSINI BARBAROSSA, Iole; Carta, Gianfranca; Murru, MARIA ELISABETTA; Melis, Melania; Zonza, A;... Vacca, C; Muroni, Patrizia; Di Marzo, V; Banni, SebastianoNUTRITION
Responsiveness to 6-n-propylthiouracil (PROP) is associated with salivary levels of two specific basic proline-rich proteins in humans2012Cabras, Tiziana; Melis, Melania; Castagnola, M; Padiglia, Alessandra; Tepper, Bj; Messana, Irene;... TOMASSINI BARBAROSSA, IolePLOS ONE
Relationships between gustin (CA6) gene polymorphism, bitter taste sensitivity, fungiform papillae density and morphology2012Melis, Melania; Zonza, A; Muroni, Patrizia; Crnjar, ROBERTO MASSIMO; TOMASSINI BARBAROSSA, IoleACTA PHYSIOLOGICA
Immunogold labeling of carbonic anhydrase isozyme (CA-VI) in secretory granules of human parotid glands2012Piras M; Tandler B; Tomassini Barbarossa I; Piludu MACTA HISTOCHEMICA
Polymorphisms in TAS2R38 and the taste bud trophic factor, gustin gene co-operate in modulating PROP taste phenotype2011Calò C; Padiglia A; Zonza A; Corrias L; Contu P; Tepper BJ; Tomassini Barbarossa IPHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
Taste sensitivity to 6-n-propylthiouracil (PROP) depends on TAS2R38 bitter receptor and gustin bud trophic factor, and is associated with BMI in humans2011Zonza A; Padiglia A; Calò M C; Crnjar R; Tomassini Barbarossa IACTA PHYSIOLOGICA
A Rapid Screening Method for the Identification of a Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism in the Carbonic Anhydrase VI Gene in Studies of Sensitivity to the Bitter Taste of 6-n-Propylthiouracil.2011Tomassini Barbarossa I; Atzori E; Zonza A; Padiglia AGENETIC TESTING AND MOLECULAR BIOMARKERS
Human salivary proteome and bitter taste: the reciprocal influence2011CABRAS T; MELIS M; PADIGLIA A; CASTAGNOLA M; MESSANA I; TOMASSINI BARBAROSSA I
Positive association between the sensitivity to the bitter taste of PROP and the rs2274333(A/G)polymorphism on exon 3 of the CA6 gene2011E. Atzori; A. Zonza; V. Carracoi; I. Tomassini Barbarossa; Padiglia ARubbettino Editore
   
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