Ann-Marie Torregrossa
Ann-Marie Torregrossa
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Turnover of oxygen and hydrogen isotopes in the body water, CO2, hair, and enamel of a small mammal
DW Podlesak, AM Torregrossa, JR Ehleringer, MD Dearing, BH Passey, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (1), 19-35, 2008
Determining biological tissue turnover using stable isotopes: the reaction progress variable
TE Cerling, LK Ayliffe, MD Dearing, JR Ehleringer, BH Passey, ...
Oecologia 151, 175-189, 2007
Nutritional toxicology of mammals: regulated intake of plant secondary compounds
AM Torregrossa, MD Dearing
Functional Ecology, 48-56, 2009
TRPM4 and TRPM5 are both required for normal signaling in taste receptor cells
D Dutta Banik, LE Martin, M Freichel, AM Torregrossa, KF Medler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (4), E772-E781, 2018
Maintenance on a high-fat diet impairs the anorexic response to glucagon-like-peptide-1 receptor activation
DL Williams, N Hyvarinen, N Lilly, K Kay, A Dossat, E Parise, ...
Physiology & behavior 103 (5), 557-564, 2011
Estradiol acts in the medial preoptic area, arcuate nucleus, and dorsal raphe nucleus to reduce food intake in ovariectomized rats
J Santollo, AM Torregrossa, LA Eckel
Hormones and behavior 60 (1), 86-93, 2011
Induction of salivary proteins modifies measures of both orosensory and postingestive feedback during exposure to a tannic acid diet
AM Torregrossa, L Nikonova, MB Bales, M Villalobos Leal, JC Smith, ...
PloS one 9 (8), e105232, 2014
Testing the diet-breadth trade-off hypothesis: differential regulation of novel plant secondary compounds by a specialist and a generalist herbivore
AM Torregrossa, AV Azzara, MD Dearing
Oecologia 168, 711-718, 2012
A subset of broadly responsive Type III taste cells contribute to the detection of bitter, sweet and umami stimuli
D Dutta Banik, ED Benfey, LE Martin, KE Kay, GC Loney, AR Nelson, ...
PLoS Genetics 16 (8), e1008925, 2020
Two effects of high-fat diets on the satiating potency of cholecystokinin-8
AM Torregrossa, GP Smith
Physiology & behavior 78 (1), 19-25, 2003
Rats display a robust bimodal preference profile for sucralose
GC Loney, AM Torregrossa, JC Smith, A Sclafani, LA Eckel
Chemical senses 36 (8), 733-745, 2011
Salivary proteins alter taste-guided behaviors and taste nerve signaling in rat
LE Martin, LV Nikonova, K Kay, AB Paedae, RJ Contreras, ...
Physiology & behavior 184, 150-161, 2018
Caching as a behavioral mechanism to reduce toxin intake
AM Torregrossa, MD Dearing
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (4), 803-810, 2009
Bitter-induced salivary proteins increase detection threshold of quinine, but not sucrose
LE Martin, KE Kay, AM Torregrossa
Chemical Senses 44 (6), 379-388, 2019
Sex differences in the drinking response to angiotensin II (AngII): Effect of body weight
J Santollo, AM Torregrossa, D Daniels
Hormones and behavior 93, 128-136, 2017
Water restriction and fluid temperature alter preference for water and sucrose solutions
AM Torregrossa, MB Bales, JM Breza, TA Houpt, JC Smith, RJ Contreras
Chemical senses 37 (3), 279-292, 2012
Differential effects of diet and weight on taste responses in diet‐induced obese mice
ZC Ahart, LE Martin, BR Kemp, D Dutta Banik, SGE Roberts, ...
Obesity 28 (2), 284-292, 2020
Preference for sucralose predicts behavioral responses to sweet and bittersweet tastants
GC Loney, AM Torregrossa, C Carballo, LA Eckel
Chemical senses 37 (5), 445-453, 2012
An Oak (Quercus agrifolia) Specialist (Neotoma macrotis) and a Sympatric Generalist (Neotoma lepida) Show Similar Intakes and …
MM Skopec, S Haley, AM Torregrossa, MD Dearing
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81 (4), 426-433, 2008
Altering salivary protein profile can increase acceptance of a novel bitter diet
LE Martin, LV Nikonova, KE Kay, AM Torregrossa
Appetite 136, 8-17, 2019
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