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*UMAMI FORUM
July 8,1989 (Paris)
PROGRAM
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08:45-08:50 OPENING ADDRESS
Prof. Stylianos Nicolaidis
08:50-09:10 0VERVIEW
Dr. Ninomiya

Peripheral neural inputs for glutamate taste perception.
09:10-10:35 TASTE PREFERENCE AND NUTRITION
GUSTATORY INFORMATION IN BRAIN
Chairman: Dr. Y. 0omura


Effect of dietary protein on the preference for amino acids and sodium chloride in rats.
K. Torii

Regulation of amino acid related to Umami and salt appetite.
T. Ono

Neural coding of tastes in the lateral hypothalamic area (LHA) and amygdaloid body (AMY) of the Rhesus Monkey.
Z. Karadi

Neurons in the cortical taste areas of Primates with preferential responses to monosodium glutamate.
E. T. Rolls
10:10-10:35 Session Discussion
10:35-10:50 Coffee Break
10:50-12:25 SENSORY ASPECTS
TASTE PHYSIOLOGY
Chairman: Dr. D.A. Booth


The effect of monosodium-glutamate (MSG) on the preabsorbtive (sensory) component of glucose, insulin and glucagon secretion.
P.C. Even

Can the taste of UMAMI be generalized?
The effects of Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) on new food acceptability in a European context.
F. Bellisle

Effect of an umami taste substance, monosodium glutamate, on human appetite.
J.E. Blundell

Differential sensitivity of Hamster chorda tympani to glutamate salts and glutamate receptor agonists.
A.Faurion

Sources of the contribution of umami to the appeal of foods.
D.A. Booth
12:00-12:25 Session Discussion
12:25-13:25 GENERAL DISCUSSION
Chairman: Prof. S. Nicolaidis
13:25-13:30 Closing
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