Leslie Stein

Monell Center, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
sensory development
"Leslie Stein"
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Stein LJ, Cowart BJ, Beauchamp GK. (2012) The development of salty taste acceptance is related to dietary experience in human infants: a prospective study. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 95: 123-9
Beauchamp GK, Stein LJ. (2010) Salt Taste The Senses: a Comprehensive Reference. 4: 401-408
Stein LJ, Cowart BJ, Beauchamp GK. (2006) Salty taste acceptance by infants and young children is related to birth weight: longitudinal analysis of infants within the normal birth weight range. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 60: 272-9
Stein LJ, Nagai H, Nakagawa M, et al. (2003) Effects of repeated exposure and health-related information on hedonic evaluation and acceptance of a bitter beverage. Appetite. 40: 119-29
Beauchamp GK, Bachmanov A, Stein LJ. (1998) Development and genetics of glutamate taste preference. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 855: 412-6
Stein LJ, Cowart BJ, Epstein AN, et al. (1996) Increased liking for salty foods in adolescents exposed during infancy to a chloride-deficient feeding formula. Appetite. 27: 65-77
Stein LJ, Dorsa DM, Baskin DG, et al. (1987) Reduced effect of experimental peripheral hyperinsulinemia to elevate cerebrospinal fluid insulin concentrations of obese Zucker rats. Endocrinology. 121: 1611-5
Figlewicz DP, Ikeda H, Hunt TR, et al. (1986) Brain insulin binding is decreased in Wistar Kyoto rats carrying the 'fa' gene. Peptides. 7: 61-5
Figlewicz DP, Stein LJ, West D, et al. (1986) Intracisternal insulin alters sensitivity to CCK-induced meal suppression in baboons. The American Journal of Physiology. 250: R856-60
Stein LJ, Porte D, Figlewicz DP, et al. (1986) Effect of fasting interval on CCK-8 suppression of food intake in the baboon. The American Journal of Physiology. 250: R851-5
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