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BUDS & CELLS

CONTACTS BETWEEN TYPE II AND TYPE III TASTE CELLS ARE RARE AND UNSPECIALIZED
Kokouvi Y. Dzowo1,2, Courtney E. Wilson1,2, Ruibiao Yang1,2, Thomas E. Finger1,2. 1Rocky Mountain Taste & Smell Center, Aurora United States 2Department of Cell and Developmental Biology University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora United States
SINGLE-CELL RNA-SEQUENCING ANALYSIS OF MOUSE CIRCUMVALLATE PAPILLA REVEALS NEW PROGENITOR AND DIFFERENTIATED TASTE CELL POPULATIONS
Dany Gaillard1, Lauren A Shechtman1, Eric D Larson2, Austin E Gillen3, Linda A Barlow1. 1Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, the Rocky Mountain Taste & Smell Center, and RNA Bioscience Initiative, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora United States 2Department of Otolaryngology, and the Rocky Mountain Taste & Smell Center, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora United States 3RNA Bioscience Initiative Bioinformatics Fellows, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora United States
FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF TASTE BUDS IN VIVO WITH GENETICALLY-ENCODED CALCIUM INDICATORS
Jisoo Han1,2, Pyonggang Choi2, Myunghwan Choi1,2. 1Department of Biomedical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon Korea 2Center for Neuroscience and Imaging Research, Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Suwon Korea
THE EFFECTS OF FLECAINIDE ON TASTE BUD ORGANOID GROWTH AND BEHAVIORAL TASTE RESPONSES IN MICE
Yuko Kawabata1, Shingo Takai1, Ryusuke Yoshida2, Keisuke Sanematsu1, Fuminori Kawabata3, Noriatsu Shigemura1. 1Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan 2Okayama University, Okayama Japan 3Hirosaki University, Hirosaki Japan
CHEMOSENSORY NEURAL RESPONSES OF SEA LAMPREY DERMAL PAPILLAE TO BILE ACID METABOLITES
Ahsan Muhammad1, Gianfranco Grande1, Zeenat Aurangzeb1, Gheylen Daghfous2,3, Ke Li4, Weiming Li4, Réjean Dubuc2,3, Barbara Zielinski1,5. 1University of Windsor, Windsor Canada 2Université de Montréal, Montréal Canada 3Université de Montréal, Montréal Canada 4Michigan State University, East Lansing United States 5Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, Windsor Canada
MUCOUS SALIVARY GLANDS ASSOCIATED WITH THE RETROMOLAR TASTE PAPILLAE.
Quan T. Nguyen1, Grace E. Beck-Coburn1,2, Bekir Karabucak2, Marco Tizzano1,2. 1Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States 2University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia United States
INSULIN-MTOR SIGNALING MAY REGULATE MOUSE TASTE CELL GENERATION
Shingo Takai1, Yu Watanabe1, Robert F. Margolskee2, Peihua Jiang2, Yuzo Ninomiya1,2, Noriatsu Shigemura1. 1Kyushu University, Fukuoka-city Japan 2Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A TASTE CELL
Courtney E Wilson1,2,3, Yannick K Dzowo1,2, Ruibiao Yang1,2, Robert S Lasher1,2, Thomas E Finger1,2. 1University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, Aurora United States 2Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, Aurora United States 3University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Otolaryngology, Aurora United States
ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS OF HUMAN FUNGIFORM TASTE BUDS
Ruibiao Yang1,2, Brigit High1,2, Thomas E. Finger1,2. 1Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, Aurora United States 2Department of Cell and Developmental Biology University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora United States
INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING PATHWAY FOR THE SWEET SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF LEPTIN
Ryusuke Yoshida1, Robert F. Margolskee2, Yuzo Nimomiya2,3. 1Okayama University, Okayama Japan 2Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States 3Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan

CHEMESTHESIS

EFFECT OF CHEMESTHESIS ON THE SENSORY EVALUATION OF "KOKU"
Yukio Goto, Nobuhisa Mabuchi, Yoko Hosokawa. Takasago International Corporation, Hiratsuka Japan
DECREASED TASTE THRESHOLDS IN THE PRESENCE OF LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF CAPSAICIN
Thomas Hummel1, Lea Mueller1, Pengfei Han1,2. 1Smell & Taste Clinic, Dept of ORL, TU Dresden, Dresden Germany 2Faculty of Psychology, Southwest University, Chonqing China
BETA-CARYOPHYLLENE IMPROVES CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING IN MICE THROUGH MULTIPLE MECHANISMS
Sachiko Koyama1, Anna Purk1, Manpreet Kaur1, Helena Soini1, Milos Novotny1, Keith Davis1, Cheng Kao1, Hiroaki Matsunami2, Anthony Mescher1. 1Indiana University, Bloomington United States 2Duke University, Durham United States
DETECTION THRESHOLDS TO CAPSAICIN AND GENOTYPING ANALYSIS OF RECEPTOR GENE IN HUMANS
Yoshihiro Murata1, Kiwamu Shibano1, Masahiro Yamaguchi1, Fumino Okutani2. 1Department of Physiology, Kochi Medical School, Nankoku, Kochi Japan 2Department of Occupational Health, Kochi Medical School, Nankoku, Kochi Japan
THE ROLE OF CARBONIC ANHYDRASE IN TRP CHANNEL-MEDIATED CO2 AVERSION IN THE EARTHWORM EISENIA HORTENSIS.
E Jordan Smith, Christine E Marlow, Jen L Ryan, Cecil J Saunders, Erik C Johnson, Wayne L Silver. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem United States
THE EFFECTS OF THE INTAKE OF WHITE PEPPER EXTRACT ON THE HUMAN BRAIN ACTIVITY
Kaori Takahashi, Miyuki Takayanagi. Takasago International Corporation, Hiratsuka Japan

COGNITION

ODOR VALENCE AND SENSITIVITY AFFECT ACTION WITHHOLDING AND CANCELLATION
Javier Albayay1, Umberto Castiello1, Valentina Parma2,3. 1University of Padova, Padova Italy 2Temple University, Philadelphia United States 3International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste Italy
INVESTIGATING CIRCUITS UNDERLYING SELECTIVE ATTENTION TO ODORS
Hillary L. Cansler1,2, Estelle E. in 't Zandt1,2, Daniel W. Wesson1,2. 1Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of Florida, Gainesville United States 2Center for Smell and Taste, University of Florida, Gainesville United States
ODOR MEMORY TRAINING INTERVENTIONS SHOW TRANSFER FROM OLFACTORY TO VISUAL MEMORY IN YOUNG AND OLD ADULTS
Ingrid Ekström1,2, Marta Zakrzewska1, Joanna Lindström1, Behzad Iravani3, Anna Stigsdotter-Neely4, Lars Nyberg5,6,7, Johan N Lundström3,8, Sara Jonsson1, Elmeri Syrjänen1, Maria Larsson1, Jonas K Olofsson1,8,9. 1Gösta Ekman Laboratory, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden 2Aging Research Center, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm Sweden 3Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm Sweden 4Department of Social and Psychological Studies, Karlstad University, Karlstad Sweden 5Umeå Center for Functional Brain Imaging, Umeå University, Umeå Sweden 6Department of Radiation Sciences, Umeå University, Umeå Sweden 7Department of Integrative Medical Biology, Umeå University, Umeå Sweden 8Stockholm University Brain Imaging Center, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden 9Swedish Collegium of Advanced Study, Uppsala Sweden
GREATER HIPPOCAMPAL GRAY MATTER VOLUME IN SUBJECTIVE HYPEROSMIA: A VOXEL - BASED MORPHOMETRY STUDY
Pengfei Han1,2,3, Franz Stiller-Stut1, Alexander Fjaeldstad4,5, Thomas Hummel1. 1Interdisciplinary Center Smell and Taste, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Dresden Germany 2Faculty of Psychology, Southwest University, Chongqing China 3Key Laboratory of Cognition and Personality (Southwest University), Ministry of Education, Chongqing China 4Flavour Institute, Aarhus University, Aarhus Denmark 5Flavour Clinic, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Holstebro Denmark
PACKAGE COLOR OF SANITARY NAPKINS AFFECTS ODOR IMPRESSIONS: A COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENTIFIC STUDY WITH FNIRS AND TEST PRODUCTS.
Yinan Jiang1, Takako Fujii2, Shunji Seno2, Nobuyuki Sakai1. 1Department of Psychology, Tohoku University, Sendai Japan 2Global Research & Development Headquarters, Home & Personal Care, Daio Paper Corporation, Tochigi Japan
THE EFFECT OF BLACK TEA AROMA ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
Ayana Kanatome, Keiko Kobayashi, Yasuhisa Ano. Kirin Holdings Company, Limited, Yokohama Japan
CONTEXT EFFECT ON TEMPORAL RESOLUTION OF OLFACTORY-GUSTATORY, VISUAL-GUSTATORY, AND OLFACTORY-VISUAL SYNCHRONY PERCEPTION
Tatsu Kobayakawa, Naomi Gotow. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba Japan
A FAST FEAR PATHWAY FROM THE HUMAN RETINA TO RESPIRATION
T Noto, G Zhou, G Lane, Q Yang, C Zelano. Northwestern University, Chicago United States
CHANGES IN GASEOUS CONCENTRATION OF ALKYLPYRAZINE ANALOGUES AFFECT MOUSE AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR
Kazumi Osada1, Sadaharu Miyazono2, Tomohiro Noguchi2, Makoto Kashiwayanagi2. 1Nihon University, Fujisawa Japan 2Asahikawa Medical University, Asahikawa Japan
NEURAL CORRELATES OF TRAJECTORY ENCODING IN OLFACTORY PERCEPTUAL SPACE
Ofer Perl1,4, Matthew Schafer4, Tali Weiss2,3, Aharon Ravia2,3, Timna Soroka2,3, Lior Gorodisky2,3, Ethan Livne2,3, Edna Furman-Haran2, Noam Sobel2,3, Daniela Schiller1,4. 1Department of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York United States 2The Azrieli National Institute for Human Brain Imaging and Research, Rehovot Israel 3Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel 4Nash Family Department of Neuroscience and Friedman Brain Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York United States
EVALUATION OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ODORS IN A VISUAL SEARCH TASK
Kiyomi Sakakibara1,2,3, Koichiro Iwai2, Kazumi Hayakawa2, Katsuhiko Nakajima1, Kazuhiro Kato1, Keisuke Suzuki3. 1TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION, Toyota Japan 2TOYOTA CENTRAL R&D LABS., INC., Nagakute Japan 3Kagawa University, Takamatsu Japan
RELATIVE ANDROGENIZATION PRESERVES COGNITION IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER US ADULTS
Jay A. Shah1, Kristen E. Wroblewski2, Kristina L. Pagel3, Martha K. McClintock3,4, Jayant M. Pinto5. 1Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago United States 2University of Chicago Department of Public Health Studies, Chicago United States 3University of Chicago Department of Human Development, Chicago United States 4University of Chicago Department of Psychology, Chicago United States 5University of Chicago Department of Surgery - Section of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Chicago United States
SNIFF PHASE MODULATES PERCEIVED ODOR QUALITY IN HUMANS
Yuli Wu1,2, Kepu Chen1, Kai Zhao3, Wen Zhou1,2. 1 State Key Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China 2Department of Psychology, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China 3Department of Otolaryngology, Ohio State University,, Columbus United States
ODOR EVOKED HIGHER-FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY ACTIVITY IN HUMAN PIRIFORM CORTEX
Qiaohan Yang1, Guangyu Zhou1, Jay Gottfried2, Gregory Lane1, Christina Zelano1. 1Department of Neurology, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago United States 2Department of Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States
SMELLS DIFFERENTLY ALTER BRAIN STATE AND MODULATE TASK PERFORMANCE INDEPENDENT OF OLFACTORY INTENSITY AND HEDONICS
Fangshu Yao1,2, Bin Zhou1,2, Wen Zhou1,2. 1State Key Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Science, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China 2Department of Psychology, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China

CORTEX

CORTICAL TASTE REPRESENTATIONS IN ACTIVE LICKING MICE
Cecilia Bouaichi, Roberto Vincis. Department of Biological Sciences and Program in Neuroscience at Florida State University, Tallahassee United States
STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS OF THE OLFACTORY SYSTEM IN EARLY BLIND INDIVIDUALS
Christine Chouinard-Leclaire1, Simona Manescu1, Johannes Frasnelli2, Franco Lepore1. 1Université de Montréal, Montreal Canada 2Université de Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivieres Canada
SYNAPTIC ORGANIZATION OF THALAMOCORTICAL INPUT TO RODENT PRIMARY GUSTATORY CORTEX.
Melissa S Haley1, Alfredo Fontanini1,2, Arianna Maffei1,2. 1Dept. of Neurobiology and Behavior, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook United States 2Program in Neuroscience, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook United States
STATE-DEPENDENT ODOR REPRESENTATION IN THE PIRIFORM CORTEX
Kazuki Katori, Yuji Ikegaya, Haruki Takeuchi. University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan
CHARACTERIZING GUSTATORY CORTEX AND BASOLATERAL AMYGDALA COMMUNICATION IN INNATE TASTE PROCESSING
Abuzar Mahmood, Jessica Steindler, Bradly T. Stone, Donald B. Katz. Brandeis University, Waltham United States
(DON TUCKER AWARD FINALIST) REPRESENTATION OF ILLNESS AND ITS FUNCTIONAL IMPACT ON GUSTATORY PROCESSING
Bradly T Stone, Abuzar Mahmood, J.Y. Lin, Don B Katz. Brandeis University, Waltham United States
NEURAL CORRELATES OF NOVEL TASTE EXPERIENCE
Daniel A Svedberg, Bradly T Stone, Donald B Katz. Brandeis University, Waltham United States
FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN AMYGDALA SUBREGION AND BRAINSTEM
Guangyu Zhou, Torben Noto, Qiaohan Yang, Ghazaleh Arabkheradmand, Gregory Lane, Christina Zelano. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago United States

DEVELOPMENT/REGENERATION

FEASIBILITY OF NOVEL PROTOCOL FOR ASSESSING MULTISENSORY FLAVOR PERCEPTION IN YOUNG CHILDREN
Sarah E. Colbert, Joost X. Maier. Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem United States
PREDICTORS OF OLFACTORY DECLINE IN OLDER ADULTS: A LONGITUDINAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY
Ingrid Ekström1, Maria Larsson2, Debora Rizzuto1,3, Tom Bellander4, Giulia Grande1, Lars Bäckman1, Erika J. Laukka1,3. 1Aging Research Center, Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm university, Stockholm Sweden 2Gösta Ekman Laboratory, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden 3Stockholm Gerontology Research Center, Stockholm Sweden 4Institute of Environmental Medicine (IMM), Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm Sweden
ALTERATION OF PAPILLAE MORPHOLOGY IN 129/C57 MICE FOLLOWING CHORDA TYMPANI TRANSECTION AND FGF20 DELETION
Jonathan W. Hollingsworth1, Sung-Ho Huh2, Suzanne I. Sollars1. 1University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha United States 2University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha United States
TYPE I RECEPTOR ALK3-MEDIATED BMP SIGNALING IN THE TONGUE MESENCHYME INTERACTS WITH EPITHELIAL WNT/β-CATENIN SIGNALING FOR THE FORMATION OF TASTE PAPILLAE
Mohamed Ishan1, Zhonghou Wang1, Yuji Mishina 2, Hong-Xiang Liu 1. 1University of Georgia, Athens United States 2University of Michigan, Ann arbor United States
CHARACTERIZATION OF HORIZONTAL BASAL STEM CELLS IN VOMERONASAL ORGAN
Raghu Ram Katreddi, Ezinma Dennis, Paolo Forni. Department of Biological Sciences, University at Albany, Albany United States
TASTE RESPONSES IN THE DEVELOPING GUSTATORY CORTEX OF AWAKE RAT PUPS
Joost X Maier, Zihao Zhang, D Chad Collins. Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem United States
TGFβ AND P38 MAPKINASE SIGNALING AFFECT DEVELOPMENT OF LINGUAL ORGANOIDS DERIVED FROM LGR5-GFP+ TASTE PROGENITOR CELLS
Lauren A. Shechtman1, Benjamin N. Tiano1, Jennifer K. Scott1, Dany Gaillard1, Peter Dempsey2, Linda A. Barlow1. 1Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, School of Medicine, and the Rocky Mountain Taste & Smell Center, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora United States 2Section of Developmental Biology, Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado Medical School, Aurora United States
GLI2 AND GLI3 REGULATE HORIZONTAL BASAL CELL MEDIATED REGENERATION OF THE OLFACTORY EPITHELIUM
Anna Shirazyan1, Ariell M. Joiner1, Justine Ra1, Melissa S. Kim1, Charlotte M. Mistretta1, Jeffrey R. Martens2, Andrzej A. Dlugosz1, Benjamin L. Allen1. 1University of Michigan, Ann Arbor United States 2University of Florida, Gainesville United States
(ACHEMS UNDERGRAD AWARD FINALIST) THE DEVELOPMENT OF EPIDERMAL SENSORY ORGANS IN THE EARTHWORM EISENIA HORTENSIS
Hannah G Watson, Andrew T Ashchi, Colleen N Riley, Alex L Caron, Cecil J Saunders, Wayne L Silver. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem United States

DISCRIMINATION

PREDICTION OF ODOR DIVERGENCE WITHIN ENANTIOMERIC PAIRS FROM ODORANT FEATURES
Liyah Coleman, Richard C Gerkin. Arizona State University, Tempe United States
A MEASURE OF SMELL ENABLES CREATION OF OLFACTORY METAMERS
Aharon Ravia1,2,3, Kobi Snitz1,2, Danielle Honigstein1,2, Maya Finkel1,2, Rotem Zirler1,2, Ofer Perl1,2, Lavi Secundo1,2, Christophe Laudamiel4, David Harel3, Noam Sobel1,2. 1Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel 2The Azrieli National Institute for Human Brain Imaging and Research, Rehovot Israel 3Department of Computer Science, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel 4DreamAir LLC, New York United States
PERCEPTION OF ORTHONASAL AND RETRONASAL AROMAS EVOKED BY SINGLE COMPOUNDS AND COMPLEX FLAVOR MIXTURES
Laura E. Riley, Christopher T. Simons. The Ohio State University, Columbus United States
(ACHEMS UNDERGRAD AWARD FINALIST) BITTER TASTE AVOIDANCE IS DEPENDENT ON OLFACTORY CUES
Seneca Scott, Bradly T Stone, J.Y. Lin, Donald B Katz. Brandeis University, Waltham United States
INDIVIDUAL ABILITY TO SMELL SINGLE MOLECULES AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH OLFACTORY STATUS AND POLYMORPHISM OF OBPIIA GENE.
Giorgia Sollai, Melania Melis, Iole Tomassini Barbarossa, Roberto Crnjar. University of Cagliari, Monserrato (CA) Italy
OLFACTORY DETECTION THRESHOLDS OF MICE TO ALIPHATIC ALCOHOLS AND M72 LIGANDS
Ellie A Williams, Adam K Dewan. Florida State University, Tallahassee United States

DYSGEUSIA

TASTE FUNCTION IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER SURVIVORS
Raul Alfaro1, Sylvia Crowder1, Anna Arthur1,2, M. Yanina Pepino1,2. 1Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana United States 2Division of Nutritional Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana United States
TASTE LOSS AFFECTS LINGUAL MECHANOSENSITIVITY
Jule/A Reinhard1, Antje Haehner1, Chris/T Simons2, Thomas Hummel1. 1smell and taste clinic, department of otorhinolarnygology, TU Dresden, Dresden Germany 2CFAES Department of Food Science & Technology, Columbus United States

HEDONICS

SINGLE-UNIT RESPONSES IN THE MEDIODORSAL THALAMUS TO ORALLY CONSUMED CHEMOSENSORY STIMULI
Kelly E. Fredericksen, Chad L. Samuelsen. University of Louisville, Louisville United States
INTENSITY OF UNPLEASANTLY CONDITIONED ODOR IS LONG LASTING?
Tomoko Matsubasa1,2, Saho Ayabe-Kanamura3. 1TOKYO GAS CO., LTD., Tokyo Japan 2Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba Japan 3Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba Japan
ASSESSMENT OF QUALITATIVE OLFACTORY DYSFUNCTION: THE SNIFFIN` STICKS PAROSMIA TEST (SSPT)
Bertold Renner1,2, David T. Liu3, Sebastian Zapf1, Gerold Besser3, Antje Welge-Lüssen4, Christian A. Mueller3. 1Institute of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen Germany 2Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, Medizinische Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden Germany 3Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna Austria 4Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University Hospital, University of Basel, Basel Switzerland
IMPACTS OF REGION/CULTURE-RELATED VISUAL CUES ON CHEMOSENSORY PERCEPTION AND LIKING OF COOKED RICE
Han-Seok Seo1, Shady A. Jeesan1, Sara E. Jarma Arroyo1, Victoria Hogan1, Debra A. Wisdom2, Karen Moldenhauer2. 1Department of Food Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville United States 2Rice Research and Extension Center, University of Arkansas, Stuttgart United States
MULTISENSORY INTEGRATION IN LEVITATING FOOD AND THE EFFECT OF VISION AND SMELL ON FLAVOUR PERCEPTION
Chi Thanh Vi1,2, Asier Marzo3, Gianluca Memoli4, Emanuela Maggioni1, Damien Ablart1, Martin Yeomans2, Marianna Obrist1. 1SCHI Lab, Creative Technology Research Group, Department of Informatics, School of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex, Brighton United Kingdom 2Sussex Ingestive Behaviour Group, School of Psychology, University of Sussex, Brighton United Kingdom 3Computer Science, Universidad Publica de Navarra, Pamplona Spain 4School of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex, Brighton United Kingdom
UNDERSTANDING SWEET-LIKER PHENOTYPES: STRONG LIKING FOR SWEETNESS IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGHER REWARD SENSITIVITY BUT LOWER ADIPOSITY
Martin R. Yeomans, Vasiliki Iatridi, Rhiannon Armitage, Chi Thanh Vi. School of Psychology, University of Sussex, Brighton United Kingdom

LEARNING & MEMORY

INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING MECHANISMS UNDERLYING FLAVOR PREFERENCE LEARNING
Marena N. Bass, Cayla Newman, Thomas A. Houpt. Florida State University, Tallahassee United States
EARLY LIFE EXPERIENCE WITH NATURAL ODORS MODIFIES OLFACTORY BEHAVIOR IN DROSOPHILA
Kristina V. Dylla, Thomas F. O’Connell, Elizabeth J. Hong. Division of Biology & Biological Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena United States
GUSTATORY CORTEX RESPONSES EVOLVE THROUGH BENIGN TASTE EXPOSURES
Veronica L. Flores1,2, Jian-You Lin2, Donald B. Katz2. 1Furman University, Greenville United States 2Brandeis University, Waltham United States
DECODING THE IDENTITY OF OLFACTORY PREDICTION ERRORS IN THE HUMAN MIDBRAIN
James D. Howard1, Thomas A. Stalnaker2, Geoffrey Schoenbaum2, Thorsten Kahnt1. 1Northwestern University, Chicago United States 2National Institutes on Drug Abuse, Baltimore United States
(DON TUCKER AWARD FINALIST) REMEMBER THE TASTE! EVIDENCE FOR A GUSTATORY WORKING MEMORY. 
Xue Li Lim1, Richard Höchenberger1, Shivakumar Viswanathan1, Iryna Ruda1, Gereon R. Fink1,2, Kathrin Ohla1. 1Cognitive Neuroscience (INM-3), Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, Research Center Jülich, Jülich Germany 2Department of Neurology, University Hospital Cologne, & Medical Faculty, University of Cologne, Germany, Cologne Germany
CHARACTERIZING THE ROLE OF OUTCOME VALENCE IN OLFACTORY CONDITIONING AND GENERALIZATION
Daria B Porter1, Lisa P Qu1, Thorsten Kahnt1, Jay A Gottfried2, 1. 1Northwestern University, Chicago United States 2University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania United States
THE SPECIFICITY OF CTA MEMORY IS ESTABLISHED BY THE HOMEOSTATIC REGULATION OF SYNAPTIC STRENGTHS
Raul A. Ramos-Garcia1, Chi-Hong Wu1, Don B. Katz2, Gina G. Turrigiano1. 1Brandeis University, Department of Biology, Waltham United States 2Brandeis University, Department of Psychology, Waltham United States
CROSS-FREQUENCY COUPLING IN THE HUMAN PIRIFORM CORTEX MULTIPLEXES THE WHAT AND WHEN OF OLFACTORY WORKING MEMORY
Andrew I Yang1, Heidi Jiang2, Gulce N Dikecligil1, Kyle J Mabry1, Joel M Stein1, Sandhitsu R Das1, Stephan U Schuele2, Joshua M Rosenow2, Kathryn A Davis1, Timothy H Lucas1, Jay A Gottfried1. 1University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States 2Northwestern University, Chicago United States

NASAL/RESPIRATORY EPITHELIUM

CONTRIBUTION OF NASAL SOLITARY CHEMOSENSORY CELLS IN CONTROLLING INFLAMMATION AFTER LONG TERM REPEATED EXPOSURE TO INHALED DENATONIUM.
Quan T. Nguyen, Sean P. McLaughlin, Marco Tizzano. Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States
NASAL SOLITARY CHEMOSENSORY CELL RESPONSE TO HOUSE DUST MITE
Laylaa Ramos-Arriaza1,2,3, Catherine B Anderson2,3, Eric D Larson2,3, Vijay R Ramakrishnan2,3. 1University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora United States 2Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Aurora United States 3Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, Aurora United States
SACCHARIN TRANSIT TIME FOR EVALUATING NASAL MUCOCILIARY CLEARANCE: A SIMPLIFIED TECHNIQUE
Dennis J Shusterman. University of California, San Francisco United States
DENATONIUM BENZOATE, BACTERIA AND ALLERGEN EXPOSURE ELICITS INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM INCREASE FROM NASAL SOLITARY CHEMOSENSORY CELLS
Jiang Xu1, Vijay Ramakrishnan2, Marco Tizzano1. 1Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States 2Dept. of Otolaryngology and Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora United States

NEURAL PATHWAYS

INVESTIGATING NEURAL CIRCUITS THAT REGULATE INGESTIVE BEHAVIORS IN DROSOPHILA
Xinyue Cui, Nilay Yapici. Cornell Univeristy, Ithaca United States
MAPPING IN VIVO OLFACTORY ANATOMICAL CONNECTIONS IN THE HUMAN BRAIN
Shiloh L. Echevarria-Cooper1,2, Guangyu Zhou1, Christina Zelano1, Franco Pestilli3, Todd B. Parrish4, Thorsten Kahnt1,5. 1Department of Neurology, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago United States 2Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program, The Graduate School, Evanston United States 3Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington United States 4Department of Radiology, Northwestern University, Chicago United States 5Department of Psychology, Northwestern University, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Evanston United States
NEURAL CIRCUITS SUPPORTING OLFACTORY NAVIGATION IN WALKING DROSOPHILA
Andrew M.M. Matheson, Angela M. Licata, Timothy A. Currier, Katherine I. Nagel. NYU Neuroscience Institute, New York United States
(DON TUCKER AWARD FINALIST) INTERACTIONS OF BREATHING AND BRAIN RHYTHMS BETWEEN SENSORY AND LIMBIC SYSTEMS FOR NAVIGATION
Andrew Sheriff1,2,3, Leslie Kay1,2,3. 1Institute for Mind and Biology, Chicago United States 2Department of Pschology, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States
WHITE MATTER NETWORK ABNORMALITIES IN PATIENTS WITH ANOSMIA
Divesh Thaploo1, Ben Chen1,2, Akshita Joshi1, Thomas Hummel1. 11Smell & Taste Clinic, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, TU, Dresden Germany 2Department of Psychiatry, The Affiliated Brain Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University (Guangzhou Huiai Hospital), Guangzhou China
BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF SUPPRESSING GABA NEURONS IN THE ROSTRAL NST
Susan Travers, Andrew Harley, Trevor Haas, Kalyanasundar Balasubramanian. Ohio State University, Columbus United States
NEURAL CIRCUIT AND FUNCTION OF THE ISLANDS OF CALLEJA IN THE VENTRAL STRIATUM
Yun-Feng Zhang1, Luigim V Cifuentes1, Janardhan P Bhattarai1, Emma Janke1, Julia Mohrhardt2, David Fleck2, Johannes Stegmaier2, Suna L Cranfill1, Andrew H Moberly1, Yiqun Yu1, Benjamin R Arenkiel3, Wenqin Luo1, Daniel W Wesson4, Marc Spehr2, Marc V Fuccillo1, Minghong Ma1. 1University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States 2RWTH Aachen University, Aachen Germany 3Baylor College of Medicine, Houston United States 4University of Florida, Gainesville United States
NEURAL CIRCUITS UNDERLYING OLFACTORY CORTICAL PROCESSING IN AWAKE NEONATAL RAT PUPS
Zihao Zhang, D. Chad Colins, Joost X. Maier. Wake Forest University School of Medicine, WINSTON SALEM United States

OLFACTORY BULB

(ACHEMS UNDERGRAD AWARD FINALIST) GENERATING CONSENSUS FUNCTIONAL MAPS OF SENSORY INPUT TO GLOMERULI OF THE MOUSE OLFACTORY BULB
Audrey Brown1, Shawn D Burton1, Kevin Zhu2, Hiro Matsunami2, Matt Wachowiak1. 1University of Utah, Salt Lake City United States 2Duke University, Durham United States
DIMORPHIC EFFECTS OF PROLACTIN TREATMENT ON PUBERTY ONSET AND OLFACTORY FUNCTION
Rebeca Corona, María F. Del Valle-Díaz, Luis A. Luna-García, Teresa Morales. Instituto de Neurobiología UNAM, Querétaro Mexico
MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM FOR MEASURING OLFACTORY BULB GLIOTRANSMITTER RELEASE
Kimberly Evans1, Kirill S. Korshunov2, Emmanuel O. Ogunkunle1, Christopher B. Torbert2, Laura J. Blakemore2, Richard Bertram3, Michael G. Roper1, Paul Q. Trombley2. 1Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University, Tallahassee United States 2Department of Biological Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee United States 3Department of Mathematics, Florida State University, Tallahassee United States
EXCITABLE AXONAL DOMAINS ADAPT TO OLFACTORY SENSORY EXPERIENCE IN ADULTS
Nicholas M George1,2,3, Wendy B Macklin1,3, Diego Restrepo1,2,3. 1University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora United States 2Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, Aurora United States 3Neuroscience Program, Aurora United States
THE REGULATORY ROLE OF CCKERGIC SUPERFICIAL TUFTED CELLS IN OLFACTORY BULB INPUT OUTPUT TRANSFORMATION
Eric Starr1, Corinne Perloski1, Rashika Budhathoki1, Xicui Sun2, Xiang Liu3, Shaolin Liu1. 1Howard University College of Medicine, Washington United States 2 Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore United States 3Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou China

OLFACTORY CODING

RAPID, SUB-SNIFF TEMPORAL INFORMATION IN ODOUR FLUCTUATIONS IS ACCESSIBLE TO THE MAMMALIAN OLFACTORY SYSTEM
Tobias Ackels1,2, Andrew Erskine1,2,3, Debanjan Dasgupta1,2, Izumi Fukunaga1,2,4, Alina C Marin1,2, Julia J Harris1, Tom Warner1, Sina Tootoonian1,2, Andreas T Schaefer1,2. 1Neurophysiology of Behaviour Laboratory, The Francis Crick Institute, London United Kingdom 2Department of Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology, University College London, London United Kingdom 3University of Southern California, Los Angeles United States 4Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Okinawa Japan
ODOR MIXTURE CODING IN PIRIFORM CORTEX
Robin M. Blazing, Kevin M. Franks. Duke University, Durham United States
ODOR VALENCE ENCODING IN THE ANTENNAL LOBE AND ITS BEHAVIORAL CORRELATES
Rishabh Chandak, Barani Raman. Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis United States
INTEGRATION AND DISINTEGRATION OF AN ODOR PERCEPT
Koichiro Iwai1, Kyle J. Mabry1, Aline Robert1, Clara U. Raithel2, Jay A. Gottfried1,2. 1Department of Neurology, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States 2Department of Psychology, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States
PREDICTING OLFACTORY RECEPTOR RESPONSES BASED ON ODORANT PROPERTIES
Shiyi Jiang, Aashutosh Vihani, Hiro Matsunami, Krishnendu Chakrabarty. Duke University, Durham United States
THE FUNCTION OF GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE (GNRH) NEURONS IN OLFACTORY COMPUTATIONS AND BEHAVIORS
Pradeep Lal1, Vegard Fiskum1, Anna Maria Ostenrath1, Fabrizio Palumbo1, Florence Kermen1, Daniela Weth1, Robbrecht Pelgrims1, Nathalie Jurisch Yaksi1, Akira Muto2, Koichi Kawakami2, Emre Yaksi1. 1Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, NTNU, Trondheim Norway 2National Institute of Genetics, Mishima Japan
FUNCTIONAL LOCALIZATION OF OLFACTORY RESPONSES IN HUMAN AMYGDALA SUBREGIONS
Goodwin A Lane, Torben Noto, Gregory Lane, Guangyu Zhou, Christina Zelano. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago United States
ODOR PLUME DYNAMICS STRUCTURE GLOMERULAR NETWORK ACTIVITY IN THE MOUSE MAIN OLFACTORY BULB
Suzanne / M Lewis1, Lucas / M Suarez1, Lai Xu2, Mohammad / F Tariq1, Venkatesh Gopal3, Agnese Seminara4, Merav Stern1, David / H Gire1. 1University of Washington, Seattle United States 2University of Southern California, Los Angeles United States 3Elmhurst College, Elmhurst United States 4Université Côte d’ Azur, Nice France
A CELL-BASED FOOD FRESHNESS MONITORING SYSTEM USING MAMMALIAN OLFACTORY RECEPTORS
Weihong Liu1,2, Chao Wang2, Hanyi Zhuang2, Yingjian Liu1,2. 1Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China 2Hanwang Technology Co., Ltd., Beijing China
(DON TUCKER AWARD FINALIST) DIVERSE DYNAMICS OF GLUTAMATERGIC SENSORY INPUT DRIVE HETEROGENEOUS RESPONSE PATTERNS OF OLFACTORY BULB OUTPUTS IN VIVO
Andrew K. Moran1,2, Thomas P. Eiting2, Matt Wachowiak1,2. 1Interdepartmental Program in Neuroscience, Salt Lake City United States 2Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Salt Lake City United States
(DON TUCKER AWARD FINALIST) STATE-DEPENDENT OLFACTORY INFORMATION PROCESSING
Mary Schreck1, Liujing Zhuang1, Andrew H. Moberly1, Kate A. White2, Daniel W. Wesson2, Minghong Ma1. 1Department of Neuroscience, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States 2Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics, University of Florida, Gainesville United States
ODOR INFORMATION RAPIDLY ACCRUES IN THE MOUSE DORSAL AND LATERAL OLFACTORY BULB
Justus Verhagen1,2, Keeley L Baker1,2, Ganesh Vasan1,2, Vincent A Pieribone1,2, Edmund T Rolls3,4. 1The John B. Pierce Laboratory, New Haven United States 2Yale School of Medicine, New Haven United States 3Oxford Centre for Computational Neuroscience, Oxford United Kingdom 4University of Warwick, Coventry United Kingdom
LARGE-SCALE IDENTIFICATION OF ODORANT-OLFACTORY RECEPTOR RELATIONSHIPS
Aashutosh Vihani, Shiyi Jiang, Maira Nagai, Xiaoyang Hu, Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Hiroaki Matsunamni. Duke University, Durham United States
COPPER MEDIATES THE RESPONSE OF MAMMALIAN OLFACTORY RECEPTORS TO METHIONAL
Hanyi Zhuang1, Weihong Liu1,2, Chao Wang1, Yingjian Liu1,2. 1Hanwang Technology Co., Ltd., Beijing China 2Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China

OLFACTORY DYSFUNCTION

ANOSMIA INDUCED CONVERSION OF TASTE MIXTURE SUPPRESSION TO COMPRESSION
Zainab T. Alqudaihi, Alan R. Hirsch. Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, Chicago United States
BEHAVIORAL EXPRESSION OF ODOR HEDONICS IN THE TG6799 ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE MOUSE MODEL: EFFECT OF SEX AND AGE
Amanda M Dossat1, Elizabeth R Roberts1, Maria del Mar Cortijo1, Patrik Brundin2, Daniel W Wesson1. 1University of Florida, Gainesville United States 2Van Andel Institute, Grand Rapids United States
OLFACTORY DYSFUNCTION PREDICTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEPRESSION IN OLDER US ADULTS
Yazan Eliyan1, Kristen E. Wroblewski2, Martha K. McClintock3,4, Jayant M. Pinto5. 1Pritzker School of Medicine, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 2Department of Public Health Sciences, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 3Department of Comparative Human Development, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 4Department of Psychology, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 5Section of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Department of Surgery, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States
BRAIN-BEHAVIOR ASSOCIATIONS OF POST-TRAUMATIC OLFACTORY LOSS
Michael C. Farruggia1,2, Maria G. Veldhuizen2, Robert Pellegrino3,6, Dana M. Small1,2,4,5, Thomas Hummel3. 1Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program, Yale University, New Haven United States 2Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven United States 3Smell & Taste Clinic, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, TU Dresden, Dresden Germany 4Department of Psychology, Yale University, New Haven United States 5fMEG Center, University of Tübingen, Tübingen Germany 6Department of Food Science, Institute of Agriculture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville United States
APOE Ε4 STATUS AFFECTS RATE OF DECLINE IN ODOR IDENTIFICATION BUT NOT THRESHOLD IN A NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF OLDER US ADULTS
Matthew S. GoodSmith1, Kristen E. Wroblewski2, L. Philip Schumm2, Martha K. McClintock3, Jayant M. Pinto4. 1Pritzker School of Medicine, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 2Department of Public Health Sciences, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 3Department of Psychology and Institute for Mind and Biology, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States 4Section of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Department of Surgery, The University of Chicago, Chicago United States
A WEARABLE DEVICE FOR MEASURING AND LOGGING NASAL AIRFLOW PROVIDES FOR A NOVEL BIOMARKER IN ANOSMIA
Danielle Honigstein, Lior Gorodisky, Aharon Weissbrod, Kobi Snitz, Abebe Medhanie, Noam Sobel. Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel
ROLE OF ACTIVATED MICROGLIA/MACROPHAGE IN THE RECOVERY OF OLFACTORY FUNCTION AFTER AXOTOMY
Masanao Ikeda1, Kojiro Ishioka1, Masao Horie2, Hirohide Takebayashi1, Arata Horii1. 1Niigata University, Niigata Japan 2Niigata College of Nursing, Jyoetsu Japan
SELF-ASSESSMENT OF OLFACTORY FUNCTION USING THE "SNIFFIN' STICKS"
Marie Klockow, Theresa Lakner, Philipp Nahrath, Mandy Cuevas, Antje Haehner, Thomas Hummel. Smell & Taste Clinic, Dept. of ORL, TU Dresden, Dresden Germany
α-SYNUCLEIN PERTURBS OLFACTORY NEURAL ACTIVITY IN A MOUSE MODEL OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE.
Aishwarya S. Kulkarni1, Maria del Mar Cortijo1, Elizabeth R. Roberts1, Tamara L. Suggs1, Heather B. Stover1, José I. Pena-Bravo1, Jennifer A. Steiner2, Patrik Brundin2, Daniel W. Wesson1. 1Department of Pharmacology, University of Florida, Gainesville United States 2Van Andel Institute, Grand Rapids United States
ODORANT-INDUCED BRAIN ACTIVATION AS A FUNCTION OF NORMAL AGING AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
Jeffrey N. Motter1,2, Jason Steffener3,4, Matthias H. Tabert1,2, D.P. Devanand1,2. 1Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York United States 2Division of Geriatric Psychiatry, New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York United States 3Cognitive Neuroscience Division of the Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York United States 4Department of Neurology, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York United States
FLAVOR ENHANCEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH OLFACTORY DYSFUNCTION
Christian A. Mueller1, Verena Niebauer1, Martin Koenighofer1, David T. Liu1, Gerold Besser1, Bertold Renner2,3. 1Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna Austria 2Institute of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen Germany 3Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, Medizinische Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden Germany
INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER SHOW ALTERED EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN THE LATE STAGES OF OLFACTORY PROCESSING.
Toshiki Okumura1, Hirokazu Kumazaki2, Archana K. Singh1, Kazushige Touhara1, Masako Okamoto1. 1The University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan 2Kanazawa University, Ishikawa Japan
OLFACTORY DYSFUNCTION FROM ACUTE UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS: RELATIONSHIP TO SEASON OF ONSET
Mark R. Potter, Jonathan H. Chen, Nina-Simone Lobban, Richard R. Doty. University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center, Philadelphia United States
ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AMBIENT AIR POLLUTION AND OLFACTORY FUNCTION: REVISITING THE 1986 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SMELL SURVEY
Vicente Ramirez1, Joel D. Mainland2, Pamela Dalton2, Danielle R. Reed2. 1University of California - Merced, Merced United States 2Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States
BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS OF OLFACTORY VULNERABILITY TO APOLIPOPROTEIN E GENOTYPES
Natalie Rivera1, Corinne Perloski2, Eric Starr2, Dylan Gilhooly2, Shaolin Liu2. 1University of Central Florida, Winter Park United States 2Howard University College of Medicine, Washington United States
A NOVEL PERSPECTIVE ON OLFACTORY REFERENCE SYNDROME AND SOME OTHER OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDERS
Elizabeth A. Sell1, Hussam Tallab1, Steven, M. Bromley2, Richard L. Doty1. 1Smell and Taste Center, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia United States 2Department of Neurology, Virtua Neuroscience, Voorhees United States

OLFACTORY RECEPTOR NEURONS

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRIGEMINAL/OLFACTORY INTERACTION IN THE OLFACTORY EPITHELIUM
Federica Genovese, Marco Tizzano, Johannes Reisert. Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States
ANALYZING THE ROLE OF MS4A1 IN THE MOUSE OLFACTORY EPITHELIUM
Hao-Ching Jiang, SungJin Park, Paul L. Greer. UMass medical school, Worcester United States
SMELLING SULFUR IN WILSON'S DISEASE: HOW DOES COPPER METABOLISM AFFECT OLFACTION?
Maira H Nagai1, Corinna Probst1, Claire de March1, Aashutosh Vihani1, Martina Ralle2, Dennis Thiele1, Hiroaki Matsunami1. 1Duke University, Durham United States 2Oregon Health & Science University, Portland United States
AUXIN-MEDIATED RAPID DEGRADATION OF TARGETED PROTEINS IN NEURONS
Riskao Nakano1, Naoki Ihara1, Shota Morikawa1, Ai Nakashima1, Masato Kanemaki2, Yuji Ikegaya1, Haruki Takeuchi1. 1Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan 2National Institute of Genetics, Research Organization of Information and Systems (ROIS), Shizuoka Japan
BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ZINC NANOPARTICLES IN OLFACTION
Melissa Singletary1,2, June W. Lau3, Oleg Pustovyy1, Ludmila Globa1, Iryna Sorokulova1, Vitaly Vodyanoy1. 1Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology, Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University United States 2Canine Performance Sciences Program, Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University United States 3Material Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg United States
AMMONIA DETECTION IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER MEDIATED BY A NON-CANONICAL RECEPTOR IN PREVIOUSLY UNIDENTIFIED OLFACTORY NEURONS
Alina Vulpe1, Hyong Kim2, Cesar Nava-Gonzales3, Sydney Ballou1, Tiffany Liang1, Chih-Ying Su3, James Jeanne2, Karen Menuz1. 1University of Connecticut, Department of Physiology and Neurobiology, Storrs United States 2Yale University, Department of Neuroscience, New Haven United States 3University of California San Diego, Division of Biological Sciences, San Diego United States
SCRNASEQ REVEALS OLFACTORY SENSORY NEURON DIVERSITY AND INFORMS CIRCUIT WIRING MECHANISMS
I-Hao Wang, Elisa Donnard, SungJin Park, Hao-Ching Jiang, Manuel Garber, Paul Greer. University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester United States
THE ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE OF COMPARTMENTALIZED OLFACTORY RECEPTOR NEURONS IN DROSOPHILA
Shiuan-Tze Wu, Jen-Yung Chen, Vanessa Martin, Ye Zhang, Dhruv Grover, Ralph Greenspan, Chih-Ying Su. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla United States

OTHER

INVOLVEMENT OF TRP AND PIEZO CHANNELS EXPRESSED ON THE SUPERIOR LARYNGEAL NERVE AFFERENTS IN SWALLOWING REFLEX
Hiroshi Ando, Mohammad Z Hossain, Shumpei Unno, Junichi Kitagawa. Matsumoto Dental University, Shiojiri Japan
SEPARATE OLFACTORY SENSORY NEURONS RESPOND TO THE POLYAMINES SPERMINE AND SPERMIDINE IN A BASAL VERTEBRATE
Zeenat Aurangzeb, Gianfranco Grande, Barbara Zielinski . University of Windsor, WINDSOR Canada
BRAIN INTEGRATION OF SMELL AND TASTE: METHODOLOGICAL INPUTS IN THE DESIGN OF IN-MOUTH FLAVOR STIMULATION FOR EEG
Christopher Aveline, Thierry Thomas-Danguin, Géraldine Lucchi, Isabelle Andriot, Charlotte Sinding. Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l'Alimentation, AgroSup Dijon, CNRS, INRAE, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Dijon France
SWEET TASTE BIOSENSOR USING VENUS FLYTRAP OF HUMAN SWEET TASTE RECEPTOR
Yeon Kyung Cha, Sae Ryun Ahn, Jin-Young Jeong, Seunghun Hong, Tai Hyun Park. Seoul National University, Seoul South Korea
ODOR CHARACTERIZATION OF BRASKEM'S POLYPROPYLENE BY FAST GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY ELECTRONIC NOSE, GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-SULFUR CHEMILUMINESCENCE DETECTION
Paula M de Sousa Bezerra1, Ron Lutz2, Marduque J. dos Santos1, Roberta P. Manzini1. 1Braskem, Mauá Brazil 2Braskem, Pittsburgh United States
STRUCTURE-WIDE RESPONSES TO SAMPLING AND EATING SOLID FOOD IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE SOLITARY TRACT IN THE RAT.
Patricia M. Di Lorenzo, Steven A. Pilato. Dept. of Psychology, Binghamton University, Binghamton United States
MEASURING EMOTIONAL ASSOCIATIONS WITH ODORANTS USING SNIFF OLFACTOMETRY
Hannah Kelson, Marcus Weeks, Andrea Gomez, Jiayue Ni, Qi Tang, Terry Acree. Cornell University, Ithaca United States
EXPLORING THE PARAMETERS DEFINING SYNAPTIC PARTNER CHOICE OF VOMERONASAL SENSORY NEURONS
Jennifer M. Lin, Alison M. Pehl, Alex Lemus, Paolo E. Forni. University at Albany, Albany United States
FUNCTIONAL EFFECTS OF ALLELIC VARIANTS OF DROSOPHILA ODORANT BINDING PROTEIN 56H
Sneha Mokashi1, Joel Johnstun2, Trudy Mackay1, Robert Anholt1. 1Center for Human Genetics, Department of Genetics and Biochemistry, Greenwood United States 2Program in Genetics, Department of Biology, Raleigh United States
MULTIPLEXED BIOELECTRONIC NOSE FOR DETECTING DEATH-ASSOCIATED GASEOUS ODORS USING OLFACTORY RECEPTOR-EMBEDDED NANODISCS
Dongseok Moon1, Kyung Ho Kim2, Oh Seok Kwon2, Tai Hyun Park1. 1Seoul National University, Seoul South Korea 2Korea Research Institute of Bioscience & Biotechnology, Daejeon South Korea
CEPHALIC PHASE INSULIN RELEASE AFTER GUSTATORY STIMULATION: EXPLORATION OF FACTORS INVOLVED
Alexa J. Pullicin1, Juyun Lim1, Daniel Wils2. 1Oregon State University, Corvallis United States 2Nutrition and Health Department, Roquette Freres, Lestrem France
AMILORIDE SENSITIVE SODIUM CHANNELS ARE LIKELY INVOLVED IN THE EARTHWORM'S (EISENIA HORTENSIS) DETECTION OF SODIUM SALTS.
Cecil J Saunders1, Mariel O O’Connor1, Elizabeth D Woollen1, Emma C Koeleveld1, Ione C Johnson2, Sarah J Lipson1, Wayne L Silver1, Erik C Johnson1. 1Wake Forest University, Department of Biology, Winston-Salem United States 2South Stokes High School, Walnut Cove United States
USING LOW-COST SENSORS TO ESTABLISH CORRELATION BETWEEN PLUME CONTACTS AND BEHAVIORAL CHANGES IN FREELY MOVING RODENTS ENGAGED IN ODOR-GUIDED NAVIGATION
Mohammad F. Tariq1,2,4, Suzanne M. Lewis2, Aliena Lowell2, Sidney Moore2, David J. Perkel3,4, David H. Gire2,4. 1Graduate Program in Neuroscience, University of Washington, Seattle United States 2Department of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle United States 3Departments of Biology & Otolaryngology, University of Washington, Seattle United States 4University of Washington Institute for Neuroengineering, Seattle United States
SOUR RECEPTOR OTOP1 PERTURBS PURINERGIC/GPCR CELL SIGNALING
Heather/N Turner, Emily Liman. University of Southern California, Los Angeles United States

SOCIAL BEHAVIOR

IDENTIFICATION OF A PUTATIVE SOCIAL CHEMOSIGNAL IN HUMAN EMOTIONAL TEARS
Shani Agron, Eva Mishor, Danielle Honigstein, Reut Weissgross, Timna Soroka, Tali Weiss, Noam Sobel. Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel
VERBAL SUGGESTIONS OF NICOTINE CONTENT MODULATE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL NEURAL ACTIVITY DURING A NICOTINE-FREE ODOR PRESENTATION IN CIGARETTE SMOKERS
Akshita Joshi1, Vanda Faria1,2,3, Pengfei Han1,4,5, Paul Enck6, Thomas Hummel1. 1Smell & Taste Clinic, Department of Otorhinolaryngology TU Dresden, Dresden Germany 2Department of Psychology, Uppsala University, Uppsala Sweden 3 Center for pain and the brain, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston United States 4Key Laboratory of Cognition and Personality (Ministry of Education), Southwest University, Chongqing China 5Faculty of psychology, Southwest University Chongqing China 6Department of Internal Medicine VI: Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, Tuebingen Germany
MENSTRUAL CYCLE PHASE IS SIGNIFICANT FOR EFFECTS OF MALE AXILLARY SECRETIONS ON LH SECRETION AND MOOD IN WOMEN
Tatiana Laktionova, Ilya Kvasha, Vera Voznessenskaya. Severtsov Institute of Ecology & Evolution, Moscow Russia
CHANGES IN HUMAN FEMALE AXILLARY ODORS DURING THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE
Nozomi Ohgi, Kazushige Touhara, Mika Shirasu. Department of Applied Biological chemistry, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan
THE CHEMISTRY OF SOCIAL CHEMISTRY
Inbal Ravreby, Noam Sobel. Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel
LONG LASTING EXPOSURE OF NORWAY RATS TO DOMESTIC CAT CHEMICAL CUES SUPPRESSED PLASMA TESTOSTERONE BUT NOT HAIR CORTICOSTERONE
Vera Voznessenskaya , Tatiana Laktionova, Ilya Kvasha, Maria Klyuchnikova. A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow Russia
IMPACTS OF EXPERIENCE-DEPENDENT PLASTICITY IN ACCESSORY OLFACTORY BULB INTERNEURONS
Kelsey E. Zuk1,2, Julian P. Meeks1. 1Department of Neuroscience, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas United States 2Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas United States

TASTE PREFERENCE

INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE ON THE TASTE SENSITIVITY OF ELERLY PEOPLE
Sayaka Fujiki1, Rihoko Shimizu1, Tomoki Aoyama2, Yukako Hayashi1. 1Grad. Sch. Agri., Kyoto Univ, Uji Japan 2Grad. Sch. Med., Kyoto Univ, Kyoto Japan
INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF FLAVORS AND ALCOHOL LEVELS ON BEER REFRESHMENT PERCEPTION USING CONSUMER TESTS
Amy Hampton, Xiaofen Du. Texas Woman's University, Denton United States
NO SIGNIFICANT TASTE SENSITIVITY OR PREFERENCE DIFFERENCES FOLLOWING AD LIBITUM CONSUMPTION OF ULTRA-PROCESSED AND UNPROCESSED DIETS
Paule Joseph1, Alexis Franks1, Rosario Jaime-Lara1, Juen Guo2, Amber Courville2, Ciaran Forde3, Shanna Yang4, Abhrarup Roy1, Karen Taylor1, Kevin Hall2. 1NINR, Bethesda United States 2NIDDK, Bethesa United States 3Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences, Singapore Singapore 4NIH Clinical Center, Bethesda United States
MULTI-DIMENSIONAL TASTE PREFERENCES AND DAILY BEVERAGE DRINKING: A DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH
Naoki Kato1, Takuya Ibaraki2, Takahiro Yamazaki2, Koichi Sashihara1, Yasunori Nakamura1, Jiro Shimizu3, Katsumi Watanabe4. 1Asahi Quality & Innovations, Ltd., Ibaraki Japan 2NTT DATA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, Inc., Tokyo Japan 3Asahi Breweries, Ltd., Tokyo Japan 4Waseda University, Tokyo Japan
EFFECT OF KOKUMI PEPTIDE, γ-GLUTAMYL-VALYL-GLYCINE, ON THE SENSORY CHARACTERISTICS OF SWEET BEVERAGES
Naoki Mikoshiba, Nao Kawashima, Takako Hirose, Satoru Matsuba, Yutaka Maruyama, Motonaka Kuroda. AJINOMOTO CO., INC., Kawasaki Japan
ENTERAL LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE ALTERS NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL TASTE RESPONSES IN MICE
David W Pittman1, Alexandra M Brantly1, Tyler S Nelson1, Guangkuo Dong2, Lianying He3, Schuyler Kogan2, Julia Powell2, Lynnette P McCluskey2. 1Wofford College, Spartanburg United States 2Augusta University, Augusta United States 3Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston United States
(ACHEMS UNDERGRAD AWARD FINALIST) INVESTIGATING THE ESTROUS CYCLE’S ROLE ON TASTE REACTIVITY AND PALATABILITY
Oran M. Rahamim, Bradly T. Stone, Jian-You Lin, Donald B. Katz. Brandeis University, Waltham United States
ACUTE NICOTINE EXPOSURE CAUSES POLARIZED PALATABILITY EFFECT
Alden J Sanford, Bradly Stone, Jian-You Lin, Donald Katz. Brandeis University, Waltham United States
THE AVIDITY OF C57BL/6 MICE FOR TWO RARE SUGARS: ALLULOSE (D-PSICOSE) AND ISOMALTULOSE (PALATINOSE)
Anthony Sclafani1, Niki Williams2, John I. Glendinning2. 1Brooklyn College of CUNY, Brooklyn United States 2Barnard College, Columbia University, New York United States
LIKE MOTHER, LIKE CHILD? CONCORDANCE AMONG MOTHER-CHILD DYADS FOR SWEET LIKING AND ADDED SUGAR INTAKE DIFFERS BY SEX
Alissa D. Smethers1, Elizabeth Carney2, Valerie B. Duffy3, Jennifer O. Fisher2, Julie A. Mennella1. 1Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States 2Temple University, Philadelphia United States 3University of Conneticut, Storrs United States
A FORMULATION FOR SUPPRESSING BITTER TASTE IN THE HUMAN ORAL CAVITY
Gregory S. Smutzer, Silvy Cherian, Dhruti Patel, Brian Sang Lee, Kevin Lee, Angelica R. Sotelo. Dept. of Biology, Temple University, Philadelphia United States
IMPACT OF DYSOSMIA ON DIETARY QUALITY USING THE DIET HISTORY QUESTIONNAIRE III
Zachary Soler 1, Allensworth Jordan1, Mace Jess2, Storck Tina1, Schlosser Rodney1, Smith Timothy2. 1Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston United States 2Oregon Health & Science University, Portland United States
MECHANISMS OF GUSTATORY ATTRACTION TO LACTIC ACID IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
Molly Stanley, Britya Ghosh, Michael D Gordon. University of British Columbia, Vancouver Canada
THE TASTE OF POTASSIUM CHLORIDE
Paul M Wise1, Paul AS Breslin1,2. 1Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States 2Rutgers University, New Brunswick United States
CHLORHEXIDINE AFFECTS TASTES OF SODIUM SALTS ON THE HUMAN ANTERIOR TONGUE
Marina Zoghbi1, Marion E. Frank2. 1UCONN HEALTH, Farmington United States 2UCONN HEALTH, Farmington United States
FEAR ENHANCES PERCEIVED BITTERNESS.
Naoya Zushi1, Midori Ogawa1, Saho Ayabe-Kanamura2. 1Graduate school of Comprehensive Human Science, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan  2Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan

TASTE TRANSDUCTION

THE PRESENCE OF SALIVARY PROTEINS ALTERS POST-ORAL FEEDBACK
Verenice Ascencio Gutierrez, Laura Martin, Kimberly James, Ann-Marie Torregrossa. The State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo United States
GUSTATORY NEURAL RESPONSES TO SUGARS AND AMINO ACIDS IN THE PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS OF TYPE 1 TASTE RECEPTOR (T1R1+T1R3) DOUBLE KNOCKOUT MICE
Kalyanasundar Balasubramanian1, Ginger D. Blonde2, Alan C. Spector2, Susan P. Travers1. 1Division of Biosciences, College of Dentistry, The Ohio State University, Columbus United States 2Department of Psychology and Program in Neuroscience, Florida State University, Tallahassee United States
BITTER-TASTE RECEPTORS: FROM SEQUENCE TO STRUCTURE
Cédric Bouysset1, Jérémie Topin1, Serge Antonczak1, MeeRa Rhyu2, Jérôme Golebiowski1,3, Sébastien Fiorucci1. 1Université Côte d’Azur, CNRS, Institut de Chimie de Nice UMR7272, Nice 06108 France 2Korean Food Research Institute, 245 Nongsaengmyeong-ro, Iseo-myeon, Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do 55365 Korea 3Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, Daegu 711-873 Korea
HUMAN TASTE BUDS HAVE MORE SYNAPSES THAN MOUSE TASTE BUDS
Brigit High, Mei Li, Ruibiao Yang, Thomas E. Finger. Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora United States
TASTE INFORMATION APPEARS NECESSARY FOR DIET DRIVEN CHANGES IN SALIVARY PROTEIN EXPRESSION.
Kimberly F. James1, Verenice Ascencio Gutierrez1, Kristen E. Kay2, Laura E. Martin1, Ann-Marie Torregrossa1. 1University at Buffalo, Buffalo United States 2Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland United States
A MOUSE MODEL FOR STUDYING THE FUNCTION OF TYPE I CELLS IN GUSTATION
Eric D Larson1,2, Aurelie Vandenbeuch1,2, Catherine Anderson1,2, Sue C Kinnamon1,2. 1Department of Otolaryngology, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora United States 2Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center, Aurora United States
EFFECT OF HIGH SALT (HS) AND CAPSAICIN (CAP) ON ENAC AND TRPV1 EXPRESSION IN CULTURED ADULT HUMAN FUNGIFORM (HBO) TASTE CELLS
Vijay Lyall1, Shobha Mummalaneni1, Sunila Mahavadi1, Mahmet H Ozdener2. 1Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond United States 2Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States
TRPM4 AND TRPM5 CONTRIBUTE TO TASTE-DRIVEN BEHAVIORS.
Laura Martin, Kimberly James, Verenice Ascencio Gutierrez, Kathryn Medler, Ann-Marie Torregrossa. SUNY University at Buffalo, Buffalo United States
ISOFORM-SPECIFIC REAL-TIME PCR METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF HUMAN BITTER TASTE RECEPTOR (TAS2R) TRANSCRIPTS
Yoko Mori1, Akira Aoki1, Yoshinori Okamoto1, Takashi Isobe2, Susumu Ohkawara2, Nobumitsu Hanioka2, Toshiko Tanaka-Kagawa2, Hideto Jinno1. 1Facul. Pharm., Meijo Univ., Nagoya Japan 2Yokohama Univ. Pharm., Yokohama Japan
ALL-ELECTRICAL CA2+-INDEPENDENT SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION MEDIATES ATTRACTIVE SODIUM TASTE IN TASTE BUDS
Kengo Nomura1, Akiyuki Taruno1,2. 1Department of Molecular Cell Physiology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto Japan 2Japan Science and Technology Agency, PRESTO, Saitama Japan
CHARACTERIZING SODIUM TASTE CELLS
Makoto Ohmoto1,2, Masafumi Jyotaki1, Ichiro Matsumoto1. 1Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia United States 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama Japan
ATP FUNCTIONS AMONG TASTE CELLS EXAMINED FROM MULTIPLE POINTS OF VIEW
Toru Shigeoka, Hidenori Shimizu, Yukako Hayashi. Kyoto University, Uji Japan