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Pure Appl. Chem. Vol. 74, No. 7, pp. 1101-1316 (2002)

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Vol. 74, Issue 7

Special Topic Issue on the Science of Sweeteners

Preface, K.Yamasaki and O. Tanaka

Part 1: Chemoreception and Biochemical Aspects of Receptors

Role of water in sweet taste chemoreception, G. G. Birch
p. 1103 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 157KB]

Molecular basis of sweet taste in dipeptide taste ligands, M. Goodman, J. R. Del Valle, Y. Amino, and E. Benedetti
p. 1109 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 316KB]

Homology-based model of the extracellular domain of the taste receptor T1R3, D. E.Walters
p. 1117 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 398KB]

Molecular mechanisms of taste transduction, R. F.Margolskee
p. 1125 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 821KB]

Genetics of sweet taste preferences, A. A. Bachmanov, D. R. Reed, X. Li, and G. K. Beauchamp
p. 1135 [Abstract] [full text - pdf168 KB]

Ion channels and second messengers involved in transduction and modulation of sweet taste in mouse taste cells, K. Sugimoto, N. Shigemura, K.Yasumatsu, R. Ohta, K. Nakashima, K. Kawai, and Y. Ninomiya
p. 1141 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 395KB]

Specialization and phyletic trends of sweetness reception in animals, D. Glaser
p. 1153 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 209KB]

Drosophila sweet taste receptor, K. Isono, K. Ueno, M. Ohta, and H. Morita
p. 1159 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 431KB]

Part 2: Low-calorie Intense Sweeteners

Discovery of terpenoid and phenolic sweeteners from plants, A. D. Kinghorn and D. D. Soejarto
p. 1169 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 213KB]

Isovanillyl sweeteners. From molecules to receptors, A. Bassoli, L. Merlini, and G. Morini
p. 1181 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 245KB]

Licorice root. A natural sweetener and an important ingredient in Chinese medicine, I. Kitagawa
p. 1189 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 341KB]

Chemistry of phenolic compounds of licorice (Glycyrrhiza species) and their estrogenic and cytotoxic activities, T. Nomura, T. Fukai, and T. Akiyama
p. 1199 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 208KB]

Computational studies of sweet-tasting molecules, J. S. Barker, C. K. Hattotuwagama, and M. G. B. Drew
p. 1207 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 487KB]

Design and synthesis of new sweeteners, T. Machinami, T. Fujimoto, A. Takatsuka, T. Mitsumori, T. Toriumi, T. Suami, and L. Hough
p. 1219 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 247KB]

Search for new sulfonyl-containing glucophores, J. Polanski and K. Jarzembek
p. 1227 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 178KB]

Structure—taste relationships of the sweet protein monellin, M. Kohmura, T. Mizukoshi, N. Nio, E.-I. Suzuki, and Y. Ariyoshi
p. 1235 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 315KB]

Part 3: Oligosaccharides and Sugar Alcohols

Present status and future of functional oligosaccharide development in Japan, T. Nakakuki
p. 1245 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 74KB]

Digestion, absorption, fermentation, and metabolism of functional sugar substitutes and their available energy, T. Oku and S. Nakamura
p. 1253 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 90KB]

Novel functions and applications of trehalose, T. Higashiyama
p. 1263 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 109KB]

Novel physiological functions of oligosaccharides, M. Hirayama
p. 1271 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 279KB]

Erythritol. Functionality in noncaloric functional beverages, P. de Cock and C.-L. Bechert
p. 1281 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 129KB]

Part 4: Potential Role of Sweeteners in the Etiology and Prevention of Disease

Role of sweeteners in the etiology and prevention of dental caries, S. Hamada
p. 1293 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 174KB]

Antidiabetogenic constituents from several natural medicines, H. Matsuda, T. Morikawa, and M.Yoshikawa
p. 1301 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 237KB]

Cancer-chemopreventive effects of natural sweeteners and related compounds, T. Konoshima and M. Takasaki
p. 1309 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 261KB]

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