Orosensory detection of fatty acids by obesity-prone and obesity-resistant rats: strain and sex differences.

@article{Pittman2008OrosensoryDO,
  title={Orosensory detection of fatty acids by obesity-prone and obesity-resistant rats: strain and sex differences.},
  author={David W Pittman and Kimberly Renae Smith and Meaghan E. Crawley and Cameron H. Corbin and D R.M.J. Hansen and Kristina J Watson and Timothy A. Gilbertson},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2008},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={
          449-60
        }
}
A series of brief-access (15s) behavioral assays following the formation of a conditioned taste aversion (CTA) to linoleic acid were performed in order to follow up on observations showing differences in the chemosensory responses to dietary fat in obesity-prone (Osborne-Mendel [O-M]) and obesity-resistant (S5B/Pl) rat strains. Strong aversions to linoleic acid (conditioned stimulus 100 microM) were generated in both O-M and S5B/Pl rats to concentrations as low as 2.5 microM. Observed strain… CONTINUE READING

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