Chemical Senses

(The TQCC of Chemical Senses is 19. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Allelic Variation in TAS2R Bitter Receptor Genes Associates with Variation in Sensations from and Ingestive Behaviors toward Common Bitter Beverages in Adults189
Prevalence and Risk Factors of Self-Reported Smell and Taste Alterations: Results from the 2011–2012 US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)125
Orthonasal and Retronasal Odorant Identification Based upon Vapor Phase Input from Common Substances114
Cloning and Characterization of a Novel mGluR1 Variant from Vallate Papillae that Functions as a Receptor for L-glutamate Stimuli93
Odorant Receptors from the Light brown Apple Moth (Epiphyas postvittana) Recognize Important Volatile Compounds Produced by Plants91
Metallic Taste from Electrical and Chemical Stimulation83
Recent Smell Loss Is the Best Predictor of COVID-19 Among Individuals With Recent Respiratory Symptoms78
Clinical Usefulness of Self-Rated Olfactory Performance—A Data Science-Based Assessment of 6000 Patients77
Studies of Human Olfaction from the University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center73
Characterization of Antennal Trichoid Sensilla from Female Southern House Mosquito, Culex quinquefasciatus Say70
Proteomic Analysis of a Membrane Preparation from Rat Olfactory Sensory Cilia68
Potential Semiochemical Molecules from Birds: A Practical and Comprehensive Compilation of the Last 20 Years Studies68
Attraction of Female Grapevine Moth to Common and Specific Olfactory Cues from 2 Host Plants60
Lessons from snail tentacles58
Coronaviruses and the Chemical Senses: Past, Present, and Future58
Salt Processing in Larval Drosophila: Choice, Feeding, and Learning Shift from Appetitive to Aversive in a Concentration-Dependent Way58
Recognizing Taste: Coding Patterns Along the Neural Axis in Mammals52
Xenopus V1R Vomeronasal Receptor Family Is Expressed in the Main Olfactory System50
Human Fear Chemosignaling: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis49
Lessons from lesions: the effects of olfactory bulbectomy49
Faithful Expression of GFP from the PLCβ2 Promoter in a Functional Class of Taste Receptor Cells41
Lacustrine Sockeye Salmon Return Straight to their Natal Area from Open Water Using Both Visual and Olfactory Cues41
Chemosensitive responses from the cat epiglottis40
Structural Activation Pathways from Dynamic Olfactory Receptor–Odorant Interactions40
Morphological characteristics facilitating stimulus access and removal in the olfactory organ of the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus: insight from the design39
Three Odorant-binding Proteins from Rabbit Nasal Mucosa39
Secretions of von Ebner's glands influence responses from taste buds in rat circumvallate papilla38
Metal Ions Activate the Human Taste Receptor TAS2R737
Metabolism of Odorant Molecules in Human Nasal/Oral Cavity Affects the Odorant Perception37
Machine Learning in Human Olfactory Research37
Electrophysiological Characterization of Responses from Gustatory Receptor Neurons of sensilla chaetica in the Moth Heliothis virescens36
The effect of dimensionality on results from the triangular method35
Using Sniffing Behavior to Differentiate True Negative from False Negative Responses in Trained Scent-Detection Dogs35
From Nose to Memory: The Involuntary Nature of Odor-evoked Autobiographical Memories in Alzheimer’s Disease35
Larval release in the crab Rhithropanopeus harrisii (Gould): chemical cues from hatching eggs33
Oviposition Response of the Moth Lobesia botrana to Sensory Cues from a Host Plant33
Arrangement of Output Information from the 3 Macroglomerular Units in the Heliothine Moth Helicoverpa assulta: Morphological and Physiological Features of Male-Specific Projection Neurons32
Effects of Cognitive Factors on Perceived Odor Intensity in Adaptation/Habituation Processes: from 2 Different Odor Presentation Methods32
Specificity of a pyrazine binding protein from cow olfactory mucosa31
Changes in odor quality discrimination following recovery from olfactory nerve transection31
Endogenous Gustatory Responses and Gene Expression Profile of Stably Proliferating Human Taste Cells Isolated From Fungiform Papillae29
Formic and Acetic Acids in Degradation Products of Plant Volatiles Elicit Olfactory and Behavioral Responses from an Insect Vector28
Understanding the Regulation and Function of Adult Neurogenesis: Contribution from an Insect Model, the House Cricket28
Differential Inputs from Chemosensory Appendages Mediate Feeding Responses to Glucose in Wild-Type and Glucose-Averse German Cockroaches, Blattella germanica28
Quality of Life in Patients With Olfactory Loss Is Better Predicted by Flavor Identification Than by Orthonasal Olfactory Function27
Chemogenic Subqualities of Mouthfeel27
Anisole binding protein from olfactory epithelium: evidence for a role in transduction26
Transformation of the Sex Pheromone Signal in the Noctuid Moth Agrotis ipsilon: From Peripheral Input to Antennal Lobe Output25
Mammalian Taste Cells Express Functional Olfactory Receptors25
Characterization of Sodium Transport in Gustatory Epithelia from the Hamster and Rat24
Olfactory Impairment in Chronic Rhinosinusitis Using Threshold, Discrimination, and Identification Scores22
An Odorant-binding Protein Facilitates Odorant Transfer from Air to Hydrophilic Surroundings in the Blowfly21
Odor Identification Performance in Idiopathic Parkinson’s Disease Is Associated With Gender and the Genetic Variability of the Olfactory Binding Protein21
Characterization of Parabrachial Subnuclei in Mice with Regard to Salt Tastants: Possible Independence of Taste Relay from Visceral Processing21
Anisole binding protein from dog olfactory epithelium21
Specificity of an immunoaffinity column for odorant-binding protein from bovine nasal mucosa21
Mixture effects in primary olfactory and gustatory receptor cells from the lobster21
The Function of Oscillatory Tongue-Flicks in Snakes: Insights from Kinematics of Tongue-Flicking in the Banded Water Snake (Nerodia fasciata)20
Bitter-Induced Salivary Proteins Increase Detection Threshold of Quinine, But Not Sucrose20
Comparative Study of Chemosensory Organs of Shrimp From Hydrothermal Vent and Coastal Environments19
Interactions Between Odorants and Glutathione Transferases in the Human Olfactory Cleft19
Chemosensory Exploration of Male Scent by Female Rock Lizards Result from Multiple Chemical Signals of Males19
Regional Variation of Bitter Taste and Aftertaste in Humans19
Taste Sensitivity and Taste Preference Measures Are Correlated in Healthy Young Adults19
Development of the Chinese Smell Identification Test19