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Glaser, D; Schradin, C (2014). The effects of compounds tasting sweet to humans in a malagasy gecko (Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis). ChemoSense, 16(1):3-14.

Jiang, P; Josue, J; Li, X; Glaser, D; Li, W; Brand, J G; Margolskee, R F; Reed, D R; Beauchamp, G K (2012). Major taste loss in carnivorous mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 109(13):4956-4961.

Li, X; Glaser, D; Li, W; Johnson, W E; O'Brien, S J; Beauchamp, G K; Brand, J G (2009). Analyses of sweet receptor gene (Tas1r2) and preference for sweet stimuli in species of carnivora. Journal of Heredity, 100(Suppl 1):S90-S100.

Nofre, C; Tinti, J M; Glaser, D (1996). Evolution of the Sweetness Receptor in Primates. II. Gustatory Responses of Non-human Primates to Nine Compounds Known to be Sweet in Man. Chemical Senses, 21(6):747-762.

Glaser, D; Tinti, J M; Nofre, C (1995). Evolution of the Sweetness Receptor in Primates. I. Why Does Alitame Taste Sweet in all Prosimians and Simians, and Aspartame only in Old World Simians? Chemical Senses, 20(5):573-584.

Hellekant, G; Hladik, C M; Dennys, V; Simmen, B; Roberts, T W; Glaser, D (1993). On the relationship between sweet taste and seasonal body weight changes in a primate (Microcebus murinus). Chemical Senses, 18(1):27-33.

van der Wel, H; Larson, G; Hladik, A; Hladik, C M; Hellekant, G; Glaser, D (1989). Isolation and characterization of pentadin, the sweet principle of Pentadiplandra brazzeana Baillon. Chemical Senses, 14(1):75-79.

Glaser, D; Hellekant, G; Brouwer, J N; van der Wel, H (1984). Effects of gymnemic acid on sweet taste perception in primates. Chemical Senses, 8(4):367-374.

Hellekant, G; Glaser, D; Brouwer, J; van der Wel, H (1981). Gustatory responses in three prosimian and two simian primate species (Tupaia glis, Nycticebus coucang, Galago senegalensis, Callithrix jacchus jacchus and Saguinus midas niger) to six sweeteners and miraculin and their phylogenetic implications. Chemical Senses, 6(3):165-173.

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