Phenylthiocarbamide taste sensitivity in chronic peptic ulcer.


Ability to taste phenylthiocarbamide is genetically determined and has been investigated as a possible genetic marker for disease. This study examined phenylthiocarbamide taste sensitivity in gastric and duodenal ulcer disease. The study sample included 164 patients with gastric ulcer, 134 with duodenal ulcer, and 299 community controls. Eight… (More)


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@article{Li1990PhenylthiocarbamideTS, title={Phenylthiocarbamide taste sensitivity in chronic peptic ulcer.}, author={Z. L. Li and Judy McIntosh and Karen Byth and Bronwyn G. A. Stuckey and Dr. Dipl.-Psych. S. Stiel and David Piper}, journal={Gastroenterology}, year={1990}, volume={99 1}, pages={66-70} }