Robert J. Contreras, PhD

Psychology Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Gustatory System
"Robert Contreras"
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Martin L, Nikonova L, Kay K, et al. (2017) Salivary proteins alter taste-guided behaviors and taste nerve signaling in rat. Physiology & Behavior
Mast TG, Breza JM, Contreras RJ. (2017) Thirst Increases Chorda Tympani Responses to Sodium Chloride. Chemical Senses. 42: 675-681
Lu B, Breza JM, Contreras RJ. (2016) Temperature Influences Chorda Tympani Nerve Responses to Sweet, Salty, Sour, Umami, and Bitter Stimuli in Mice. Chemical Senses
Torregrossa AM, Nikonova L, Bales MB, et al. (2014) Induction of salivary proteins modifies measures of both orosensory and postingestive feedback during exposure to a tannic acid diet. Plos One. 9: e105232
Wu W, Mast TG, Ziembko C, et al. (2013) Statistical analysis and decoding of neural activity in the rodent geniculate ganglion using a metric-based inference system. Plos One. 8: e65439
Smith KR, Treesukosol Y, Paedae AB, et al. (2012) Contribution of the TRPV1 channel to salt taste quality in mice as assessed by conditioned taste aversion generalization and chorda tympani nerve responses. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 303: R1195-205
Breza JM, Contreras RJ. (2012) Acetic acid modulates spike rate and spike latency to salt in peripheral gustatory neurons of rats. Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 2405-18
Lu B, Breza JM, Nikonov AA, et al. (2012) Leptin increases temperature-dependent chorda tympani nerve responses to sucrose in mice. Physiology & Behavior. 107: 533-9
Breza JM, Contreras RJ. (2012) Anion size modulates salt taste in rats. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 1632-48
Torregrossa AM, Bales MB, Breza JM, et al. (2012) Water restriction and fluid temperature alter preference for water and sucrose solutions. Chemical Senses. 37: 279-92
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