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Fig. 1 | Flavour

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From: Beyond flavour to the gut and back

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Taste receptors in the mouth and gastrointestinal tract. Taste receptors in the mouth primarily mediate taste sensations which reflect the intensity and palatability of the taste. Taste receptors in the gut contribute to unconditioned (unlearned) satiety, to conditioned satiety, and to conditioned appetite effects, by neural pathways from the gut to the brain and by activating hormones

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