- phen·yl·thio·car·ba·mide. noun \ˌfe-nəl-ˌthī-ō-ˈkär-bə-ˌmīd, ˌfē-\. Definition of PHENYLTHIOCARBAMIDE.
- Associations between phenylthiocarbamide gene polymorphisms
- Associations between phenylthiocarbamide gene polymorphisms and cigarette smoking. Dale S. Cannon, Timothy B.
- PREVALENCE OF TASTE BLINDNESS TO
- phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) in healthy, young adults of Punjab Province in Pakistan. Methods: Key words: Prevalence, taste blindness, phenylthiocarbamide.
- Dr. Murray Feingold: Hating veggies may be genetic
- PTC is short for phenylthiocarbamide, which is present in these vegetables. Two common types of genes are involved in tasting PTC: a tasting gene and a non-tasting gene. These genes bind to the taste receptors or taste buds located on the tongue.
- Phenylthiocarbamide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Phenylthiocarbamide, also known as PTC, or phenylthiourea, is an organosulfur thiourea containing a phenyl ring.
- PTC: GENES AND BITTER TASTE
- PTC stands for phenylthiocarbamide. Also known as phenylthiourea, the chemical structure of PTC resembles toxic alkaloids found in some poisonous plants.
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