All Relations between taste perception and right cerebral hemisphere

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Francesca Protti-S\\xc3\\xa1nchez, Carlos Daniel Corrales Parada, Uwe Mayer, Hannah M Rowlan. Activation of the Nucleus Taeniae of the Amygdala by Umami Taste in Domestic Chicks ( Frontiers in physiology vol 13 issue 2022 35694389 we found that there was a higher neural activity, measured as c-fos activation, in response to umami taste in the right hemisphere of the nucleus taeniae of the amygdala. 2022-06-13 2022-06-14 Not clear
Preet Bano Singh, Emilia Iannilli, Thomas Humme. Segregation of gustatory cortex in response to salt and umami taste studied through event-related potentials. Neuroreport vol 22 issue 6 2012 21451357 in addition, responses were significantly larger in the right hemisphere compared with the left hemisphere for both stimuli, suggesting right hemispheric dominance for gustatory processing. 2012-03-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
P S\\xc3\\xa1nchez-Juan, O Combarro. [Gustatory nervous pathway syndromes]. Neurologia (Barcelona, Spain) vol 16 issue 6 2001 11423043 taste perception results in patients with corpus callosum section and strokes or tumors involving the insula support the hypothesis that there is a gustatory representation of both hemitongues in the left cerebral hemisphere, whereas only the right hemitongue is represented in the right hemisphere. 2001-12-07 2022-01-11 Not clear
M A Barry, J C Gatenby, J D Zeiger, J C Gor. Hemispheric dominance of cortical activity evoked by focal electrogustatory stimuli. Chemical senses vol 26 issue 5 2001 11418492 activation in the superior insula, the presumed location of primary gustatory cortex, was predominantly, but not exclusively, in the right hemisphere, whereas central (more inferior) insular activations were more evenly bilateral. 2001-09-06 2022-01-11 Not clear
S Aglioti, G Tassinari, M C Corballis, G Berlucch. Incomplete gustatory lateralization as shown by analysis of taste discrimination after callosotomy. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 12 issue 2 2000 10771408 the left advantage can be attributed to the left hemisphere being favored by the essentially verbal nature of the task, or to the presence of a lesion in cortical gustatory areas in the right hemisphere, or to both factors. 2000-05-19 2022-01-11 Not clear
D M Small, D H Zald, M Jones-Gotman, R J Zatorre, J V Pardo, S Frey, M Petride. Human cortical gustatory areas: a review of functional neuroimaging data. Neuroreport vol 10 issue 1 1999 10094124 overall significantly more peaks originated from the right hemisphere suggesting asymmetrical cortical representation of taste favoring the right hemisphere. 1999-05-25 2022-01-10 Not clear
D M Small, D H Zald, M Jones-Gotman, R J Zatorre, J V Pardo, S Frey, M Petride. Human cortical gustatory areas: a review of functional neuroimaging data. Neuroreport vol 10 issue 1 1999 10094124 however, only two peaks, both in the right hemisphere, were observed in the caudolateral orbitofrontal cortex, the region likely homologous to the secondary taste area described in monkeys. 1999-05-25 2022-01-10 Not clear
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