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a feeling of intense dislike

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the act of turning yourself (or your gaze) away

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Denatonium, a bitter compound that shows activity in the murine SCC, also stimulates a [Ca.sup.2+] response in human SCCs that spreads to neighboring cells via gap junctions (Figure 2) [53].
While evidence demonstrates that SCCs expand and increase production of IL25 in inflamed sinonasal tissue [30], it remains unknown if bitter agonists such as AHLs and denatonium are capable of triggering IL-25 release.
My colleagues and I recently asked (a) whether rats and mice would condition an aversion to a sweetened fruit flavor when its consumption was paired with intragastric infusions of a relatively harmless bitter taste stimulus (denatonium); and (b) whether intragastric infusions of denatonium would delay gastric emptying (Glendinning et al., 2007).
Flavor avoidance conditioned by intragastric denatonium in rodents.
In addition to being painfully spicy, denatonium capsaicinate tastes intensely bitter, says Melvin Blum, director of research and development at Burlington.
Adding denatonium capsaicinate to the paint used on boats prevents barnacles from sticking to the hull.
Given the appearance of patterning, the testing portion of the experiment was implemented as the denatonium solution (D) was introduced as a third goal event.
Denatonium benzoate, the bittering agent used, is a common ingredient in many household products and has been used in anti-nail biting formulas for decades.
VIN News Service reported that it costs about 3 cents per gallon for manufacturers to add bad tasting denatonium benzoate to their products but most only do so for antifreeze being shipped into states requiring it.
Make antifreeze taste bitter (H 4285) - The House approved and sent to the Senate a proposal requiring any antifreeze which contains sweet-tasting ethylene glycol also include denatonium benzoate - a substance that makes the antifreeze taste bitter.
Other proposals being considered by the committee include making it a crime to price gouge during a declared state emergency and imposing up to a $5,000 fine on anyone who charges excessive prices for necessities including food, fuel and shelter (S 342); requiring local building inspectors to perform inspections and safety tests on all power-operated doors (S 143) and Mandating that any antifreeze which contains ethylene glycol also include denatonium benzoate - a substance that makes the antifreeze taste bitter (H 398).