Coding in the mammalian gustatory system.

@article{Carleton2010CodingIT,
  title={Coding in the mammalian gustatory system.},
  author={Alan Carleton and Riccardo Accolla and Sidney Arthur Simon},
  journal={Trends in neurosciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={33 7},
  pages={326-34}
}
To understand gustatory physiology and associated dysfunctions it is important to know how oral taste stimuli are encoded both in the periphery and in taste-related brain centres. The identification of distinct taste receptors, together with electrophysiological recordings and behavioral assessments in response to taste stimuli, suggest that information about distinct taste modalities (e.g. sweet versus bitter) are transmitted from the periphery to the brain via segregated pathways. By contrast… CONTINUE READING

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