Yada Treesukosol, Ph.D.

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
"Yada Treesukosol"
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Alan C. Spector grad student 2010 Florida State
 (Psychophysical assessment of the role of the T1R2 and T1R3 protein subunits in taste responsiveness to polycose and putative T1R2 3 taste receptor ligands.)
Timothy H. Moran post-doc Johns Hopkins
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Treesukosol Y, Inui-Yamamoto C, Mizuta H, et al. (2018) Short-term Exposure to a Calorically Dense Diet Alters Taste-evoked Responses in the Chorda Tympani Nerve, but not Unconditioned Lick Responses to Sucrose. Chemical Senses
Treesukosol Y, Moran TH. (2018) Cross-Generalization Profile to Orosensory Stimuli of Rats Conditioned to Avoid A High Fat/High Sugar Diet. Chemical Senses
Beheshti R, Treesukosol Y, Igusa T, et al. (2018) A predictive model of rats' calorie intake as a function of diet energy density. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology
Boersma GJ, Treesukosol Y, Cordner ZA, et al. (2015) Exposure to activity-based anorexia impairs contextual learning in weight-restored rats without affecting spatial learning, taste, anxiety, or dietary-fat preference. The International Journal of Eating Disorders
Treesukosol Y, Liang NC, Moran TH. (2015) Alterations in sucrose sham-feeding intake as a function of diet-exposure in rats maintained on calorically dense diets. Appetite. 92: 278-86
Spector AC, Blonde GD, Henderson RP, et al. (2015) A new gustometer for taste testing in rodents. Chemical Senses. 40: 187-96
Li X, Treesukosol Y, Moghadam A, et al. (2014) Behavioral characterization of the hyperphagia synphilin-1 overexpressing mice. Plos One. 9: e91449
Treesukosol Y, Boersma GJ, Oros H, et al. (2014) Similarities and differences between "proactive" and "passive" stress-coping rats in responses to sucrose, NaCl, citric acid, and quinine. Chemical Senses. 39: 333-42
Treesukosol Y, Sun B, Moghadam AA, et al. (2014) Maternal high-fat diet during pregnancy and lactation reduces the appetitive behavioral component in female offspring tested in a brief-access taste procedure. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 306: R499-509
Treesukosol Y, Moran TH. (2014) Analyses of meal patterns across dietary shifts. Appetite. 75: 21-9
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