The Lipid-Sensor Candidates CD36 and GPR120 Are Differentially Regulated by Dietary Lipids in Mouse Taste Buds: Impact on Spontaneous Fat Preference

@inproceedings{Martin2011TheLC,
  title={The Lipid-Sensor Candidates CD36 and GPR120 Are Differentially Regulated by Dietary Lipids in Mouse Taste Buds: Impact on Spontaneous Fat Preference},
  author={C{\'e}line Martin and Patricia Passilly-Degrace and Dany Gaillard and Jean-François Merlin and Micha{\"e}l Chevrot and Philippe Besnard},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Recent studies in rodents and humans suggest that the chemoreception of long-chain fatty acids (LCFA) in oral cavity is involved in the spontaneous preference for fatty foods and might contribute to the obesity risk. CD36 and GPR120 are LCFA receptors identified in rodent taste bud cells. The fact that CD36 or GPR120 gene inactivation leads to a decrease in the preference for lipids raises the question of the respective role(s) played by these gustatory lipid-sensor candidates… CONTINUE READING
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