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The sweet taste quality is linked to a cluster of taste fibers in primates: lactisole diminishes preference and responses to sweet in S fibers (sweet best) chorda tympani fibers of M. fascicularis monkey

By Yiwen Wang, Vicktoria Danilova, Tiffany Cragin, Thomas W Roberts, Alexey Koposov and Göran Hellekant
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