Factors related to fungiform papillae density: the beaver dam offspring study.

@article{Fischer2013FactorsRT,
  title={Factors related to fungiform papillae density: the beaver dam offspring study.},
  author={M. Fischer and K. Cruickshanks and C. Schubert and A. Pinto and R. Klein and N. Pankratz and J. Pankow and Guan-hua Huang},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2013},
  volume={38 8},
  pages={
          669-77
        }
}
The distribution of fungiform papillae density and associated factors were examined in the Beaver Dam Offspring Study. Data were from 2371 participants (mean age = 48.8 years, range = 21-84 years) with 1108 males and 1263 females. Fungiform papillae were highlighted with blue food coloring and the number of fungiform papillae within a standard 6-mm circle was counted. Whole mouth suprathreshold taste intensity was measured. The mean fungiform papillae density was 103.5 papillae/cm(2) (range = 0… Expand
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