|Sunday, October 7, 20:30|
|Welcome Party (Buffet Style)|
|Monday, October 8, Morning
|Taste and Acceptance
Fundamental Properties of Umami in Human Taste Sensasion.
Taste of Glutamate Salts in Young and Elderly Subjects: Role of Inosine 5′-Monophosphate and Ions.
Temporal Pattern of Taste Quality for MSG.
|11:00||Fuke,S. and Konosu,S.
Contribution of Umami Substances to the Taste of Foods: A Review of Researches by Omission Test.
Monosoidum Glutamate as a Palatability Enhancer in the European Diet.
|Monday, October 8, Afternoon
Receptor and Transduction
Large Synergism Between MSG and Nucleotides and Differentiation Between Umami and Salt Components in Canine Taste Nerve Responses.
Taste Cells in the Gut and on the Tongue: Their Common, Paraneuronal features.
|14:45||Yoshie,S., Wakasugi,C., Teraki,Y., Kanazawa,H., Iwanaga,T. and Fujita,T.
Response of the Taste Receptor Cell to the Umami-substance Stimulus. An Electron-microscopic Study.
|15:50||Bryant,B. and Leftheris,K.
Structure/Activity Relationships in the Amino Acid: Taste Receptors of Catfish.
Transduction Mechanisms for the Taste of Amino Acids.
Physiology of Umami Taste Receptor Sites: Are They Similar to Brain Glutamate Receptor Sites?
|17:30||Close of Session|
|Tuesday, October 9. Morning
Perception and Discrimination
|08:30||Ninomiya,Y., Tanimukai,T., Yoshida,S., and Funakoshi,M.
Gustatory Neural Responses of Preweanling Mice to Umami Substances.
|08:50||Yamamoto,T., Matsuo,R., Fujimoto,Y., and Fukunaga,I.
Electrophysiological and Behavioral Studies on the Taste of Umami Substances in the Rat.
|09:10||Hellekant,G. and Ninomiya,Y.
The Taste of Umami in the Chimpanzee.
|09:30||Adachi,A. and Aoyama,M.
Neuronal Responses to the Nucleus of Tractus Solitarius to Oral Stimulation with Umami Substances.
|Tuesday, October 9, Morning (Continued)|
|Brain Mechanism and Eating Behavior
|10:50||0omura,Y., Nishino,H., Karadi,Z., Aou,S. and Scott, T.R.
Taste Modulation of Feeding Related Neurons in Behaving Monkey.
Hypothalamic Regulation on Umami and Salt Appetite Related to Amino Acid Balance.
|12:00||Norgren,R. and Nishijo,H.
Parabrachial Gustatory Responses to Monosodium Glutamate and Nucleotides in Awake Rats.
|12:20||Rolls,E.T. and Wiggins,L.L.
Neurons in the Cortical Taste Areas of Primates with Preferential Responses to Monosodium Glutamate.
Afternoon and Evening Free
|Wednesday, October 10, Morning
Nutrition and Preference
Neurochemical Correlates of Food Intake Responses to Disproportionate Amounts of Dietary Amino Acids.
|09:00||Torii,K., Mori,M. and Kawada,T.
Taste Perception, Nutritional Status and the Brain
|09:20||Kimura,S. and Kim,C.H.
Nutritional Studies on the Roles of Dietary Protein Levels and Umami on the Preference Response to Sodium Chloride for Experimental Animals and Human
Preference Behavior of Old World Monkeys for Amino Acids and Other Gustatory Stimuli: The Effects of Monosodium Glutamate.
Human Perception and Preference for Umami Taste in Foods.
Human Development and Umami Taste.
|Wednesday, October10, Afternoon
Physiological Response and Metabolism
|13:20||Nicolaidis,S. and Viarouge,C.
Effect of Umami Taste on Energy Metabolism
|13:50||Naim,M.,Ohara,I. and Kare,M.R.
Interaction of MSG Taste with Nutrition; Perspectives in Consummatory Behavior and Digestion
The Reflex Effects of Oral and Intestinal Stimulation with Umami Substance (MSG) on the Efferent Activity of the Gastric Branch of the Vagus Nerve
|Chairperson: Kurihara,K. and Kawamura,Y.|
|17:00||Close of Symposium|