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Ecological sensing through taste and chemosensation mediates inflammation: a biological anthropological approach

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Ecological sensing and inflammation have evolved to ensure optima between organism survival and reproductive success in different and changing environments. At the molecular level, ecological sensing consists of many types of receptors located in different tissues that orchestrate integrated responses (immune, neuroendocrine systems) to external and internal stimuli. This review describes emerging data on taste and chemosensory receptors, proposing them as broad ecological sensors and providi...

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10.1093/advances/nmaa078

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0000-0002-5318-6502
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0000-0003-2105-2478
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University of Oxford
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SSD
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SAME
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Oxford University Press
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Advances in Nutrition More from this journal
Volume:
11
Issue:
6
Pages:
1671–1685
Publication date:
2020-07-10
Acceptance date:
2020-06-11
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2156-5376
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2161-8313
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English
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1118271
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2020-07-10

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