NATURAL SELECTION AT WORK IN GENETIC VARIATION TO TASTE OR NOT TASTE BITTER COMPOUND, U OF U RESEARCHERS SAY

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Identifier 2004_69_Jun_23
Title NATURAL SELECTION AT WORK IN GENETIC VARIATION TO TASTE OR NOT TASTE BITTER COMPOUND, U OF U RESEARCHERS SAY
Subject Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled; Genetic Variation; Selection, Genetic; Biomedical Research; Academic Medical Centers; Hospitals, University; Public Relations; Communications Media; Mass Media; Social Marketing; Information Dissemination; News; Press Release; Phenylthiocarbamide; Natural Selection
Description SALT LAKE CITY - A genetic variation seen worldwide in which people either taste or do not taste a bitter, synthetic compound called PTC has been preserved by natural selection, University of Utah and National Institutes of Health researchers have reported.
Publisher University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing
Language eng
Relation University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing Collection
Rights Management Copyright 2012
Holding Institution Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
Scanning Technician sg
Metadata Cataloger amt
ARK ark:/87278/s69912sx
Setname ehsl_pahsc
Date Created 2013-03-06
Date Modified 2013-11-18
ID 934564
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s69912sx
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