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The Effect of Temperature and Menthol on Carbonation Bite

01.09.2014 | Paul M. Wise; Bruce Bryant, Chemical Senses, 2014

Temperature and chemesthesis interact, but this interaction has not been fully examined for most irritants. The current experiments focus on oral pungency from carbonation. Previous work showed that cooling carbon dioxide (CO2) solutions to below tongue temperature enhanced rated bite. However, ...


Gustatory Receptor Neurons in Manduca sexta Contain a TrpA1-Dependent Signaling Pathway that Integrates Taste and Temperature

01.09.2013 | Anika Afroz; Natalie Howlett; Aditi Shukla; Farah Ahmad; Elizabeth Batista; Katie Bedard; Sara Payne; Brian Morton; ..., Chemical Senses, 2013

Temperature modulates the peripheral taste response of many animals, in part by activating transient receptor potential (Trp) cation channels. We hypothesized that temperature would also modulate peripheral taste responses in larval Manduca sexta. We recorded excitatory responses of the lateral ...


Renewed interest in basic and applied research involving monoclonal antibodies against an oncofetal Tn-antigen

01.08.2013 | Yoko Fujita-Yamaguchi, Journal of Biochemistry, 2013

Tn-antigen (GalNAcα-Ser/Thr) is one of the most common aberrations associated with cancer progression and metastasis, and thus is an excellent target for development of cancer diagnostics and therapeutics. MLS128 monoclonal antibody (mAb), derived from a mouse immunized with human colon carcinoma ...


Sample heating system for spin-polarized scanning electron microscopy

01.08.2013 | Teruo Kohashi; Kumi Motai, Journal of Electron Microscopy, 2013

A sample-heating system for spin-polarized scanning electron microscopy (spin SEM) has been developed and used for microscopic magnetization analysis at temperatures up to 500°C. In this system, a compact ceramic heater and a preheating operation keep the ultra-high vacuum conditions while the ...


Biochemical characterization of highly active Trypanosoma brucei gambiense glycerol kinase, a promising drug target

01.07.2013 | Emmanuel Oluwadare Balogun; Daniel Ken Inaoka; Tomoo Shiba; Yasutoshi Kido; Takeshi Nara; Takashi Aoki; Teruki Honma ..., Journal of Biochemistry, 2013

Human African trypanosomes are blood parasites that cause sleeping sickness, a debilitating disease in sub-Saharan Africa. Glycerol kinase (GK) of these parasites additionally possesses a novel property of reverse catalysis. GK is essential to blood stream form trypanosome, and therefore a ...


Interaction of wheat {beta}-amylase with maltose and glucose as examined by fluorescence

01.07.2013 | Tadessa Daba; Kenji Kojima; Kuniyo Inouye, Journal of Biochemistry, 2013

Fluorescence of wheat β-amylase (WBA) was quenched by the interaction with maltose or glucose, which are competitive inhibitors of WBA, suggesting that the states of tryptophan and tyrosine residues could be changed by the interaction. The fluorescence emitted by excitation at 280 and 295 nm was ...


Atomic-resolution environmental TEM for quantitative in-situ microscopy in materials science

01.02.2013 | Seiji Takeda; Hideto Yoshida, Journal of Electron Microscopy, 2013

We have compiled our recent in-situ quantitative environmental transmission electron microscopy (ETEM) studies on typical gold nanoparticulate catalysts for the low-temperature oxidation of CO to describe the issues surrounding the application of ETEM, with a special regard to catalyst chemistry. ...


Leaf surface characterization of the Tabu-No-Ki tree Machilus thunbergii using electron microscopy and white light scanning interferometry

01.12.2012 | Ki Woo Kim, Journal of Electron Microscopy, 2012

Leaf surface features were investigated in the Tabu-No-Ki tree Machilus thunbergii by electron microscopy and white light scanning interferometry. Mature leaves of the tree were air-dried at room temperature and sputter-coated with platinum. The most prominent epicuticular wax structures of M. ...


Examining the Role of Carbonation and Temperature on Water Swallowing Performance: A Swallowing Reaction-Time Study

01.11.2012 | Emilia Michou; Aliya Mastan; Saira Ahmed; Satish Mistry; Shaheen Hamdy, Chemical Senses, 2012

Various therapeutic approaches for dysphagia management are based on modifications of bolus properties to change swallowing biomechanics and increase swallowing safety. Limited evidence exists for the effects of carbonation and bolus temperature on swallowing behavior. Here, we investigated the ...


Development of a technique for in situ high temperature TEM observation of catalysts in a highly moisturized air atmosphere

01.08.2012 | Toshie Yaguchi; Takashi Kanemura; Takahiro Shimizu; Daichi Imamura; Akira Watabe; Takeo Kamino, Journal of Electron Microscopy, 2012

To clarify the influence of moisture on the structural changes of heated nano materials, in situ high temperature transmission electron microscopy (TEM) has been carried out using a conventional analytical TEM combined with a gas injection-specimen heating holder. Air with high moisture content, ...


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