Evidence for human orosensory (taste?) sensitivity to free fatty acids.

@article{ChalRush2007EvidenceFH,
  title={Evidence for human orosensory (taste?) sensitivity to free fatty acids.},
  author={Angela Chal{\'e}-Rush and John R. Burgess and Richard D. Mattes},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2007},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={423-31}
}
Accumulating evidence suggests dietary fatty acids (FAs) may be sensed in the oral cavity. However, the effective cues have not been characterized. In particular, influences from other sensory cues have hampered identification of an independent gustatory contribution. Experiment 1 examined techniques to minimize the formation of FA oxidation products and improve the homogeneity of water/lipid emulsions to be used as stimuli in Experiment 2, a psychophysical study to determine FA detection… CONTINUE READING
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