Mechanisms for Reception and Reciprocity of Chemical Stimuli-Considering the Mechanism of Synergism by Glutamate and Nucleotides

March 22,1996 (Tokyo)

Interaction between chemical stimuli in taste. Kenzo Kurihara, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hokkaido University
Modification of vertebrate taste cell responses by GMP. Takenori Miyamoto, Department of Physiology, Nagasaki University School of Dentistry
Intracellular Ca2+ dynamics during synergistic taste stimuli on acutely isolated taste cells. Atsuo Fukuda, Department of Physiology, Nagoya City University Medical School
Optical imaging analysis of taste response in mouse taste buds. Yukako Hayashi, Research Institute for Food Science, Kyoto University
Reception of amino acids in the mouse taste bud cells. Kumiko Sugimoto, Graduate School of Dentistry, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Behavioral studies on umami taste in insect: Reception of nucleotides and enhancement of sweetness by monosodium glutamate. Mamiko Ozaki, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University
Putative neurotransmitters and intercellular interactions in taste buds. Takatoshi Nagai, Department of Physiology, Teikyo University School of Medicine
Interaction between Ca and cAMP. Itaru Kojima, Gunma University
Structure and function of the Escherichia coli amino acid chemoreceptors. Ikuro Kawagishi, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University
Glutamate receptors and olfactory processing. Hideto Kaba, Veterinary Medical Science, Kagoshima University
Molecular diversity and function of glutamate receptor channels i nthe central nervous system. Seiji Ozawa, School of Medicine, Gunma University