Facts about miracle fruit – Fooducation
Growing Your Own Miracle Fruit – Synsepalum dulcificum by Putzer
How to Grow Miracle Fruit | Danielles Garden Blog
How to Grow Synsepalum Dulcificum | Home Guides | SF Gate
MIRACLE FRUIT History and Cultivation – RFCA Archives
What is Miracle Fruit? – wiseGEEK
Miracle Fruit in the Press:
A Tiny Fruit That Tricks the Tongue – NYTimes
How Flavor Tripping Works – howstuffworks
How the miracle fruit changes sour into sweet – Discover
Miracle fruit improves appetite in patients – TheGuardian
Miracle Fruit’s Trippy Effects Explained – Discovery
‘Miracle fruit’ turns sour things sweet – CNN
Riding a Flavor Trip – NYTimesVIDEO
To Make Lemons Into Lemonade, Try ‘Miracle Fruit’
Selected Scholarly Medical Papers:
Differential sweetness of commercial sour liquids elicited by miracle fruit in healthy young adults.
An E8 promoter-HSP terminator cassette promotes the high-level accumulation of recombinant protein predominantly in transgenic tomato fruits: a case study of miraculin.
Pilot study of “miracle fruit” to improve food palatability for patients receiving chemotherapy.
From miracle fruit to transgenic tomato: mass production of the taste-modifying protein miraculin in transgenic plants.
Human sweet taste receptor mediates acid-induced sweetness of miraculin.
The HSP terminator of Arabidopsis thaliana induces a high level of miraculin accumulation in transgenic tomatoes.
Ubiquitin promoter-terminator cassette promotes genetically stable expression of the taste-modifying protein miraculin in transgenic lettuce.
A trial of production of the plant-derived high-value protein in a plant factory: photosynthetic photon fluxes affect the accumulation of recombinant miraculin in transgenic tomato fruits.
Contents of phenolics and flavonoids and antioxidant activities in skin, pulp, and seeds of miracle fruit.
Uniform accumulation of recombinant miraculin protein in transgenic tomato fruit using a fruit-ripening-specific E8 promoter.
Covering chemical diversity of genetically-modified tomatoes using metabolomics for objective substantial equivalence assessment.
Isolation of a 2-oxetanone from the fruits of Synsepalum dulcificum.
High-level accumulation of recombinant miraculin protein in transgenic tomatoes expressing a synthetic miraculin gene with optimized codon usage terminated by the native miraculin terminator.
Miracle fruit improves sweetness of a low-calorie dessert without promoting subsequent energy compensation.
Cysteine-to-serine shuffling using a Saccharomyces cerevisiae expression system improves protein secretion: case of a nonglycosylated mutant of miraculin, a taste-modifying protein.
Molecular characterization of a miraculin-like gene differentially expressed during coffee development and coffee leaf miner infestation.
Bulky high-mannose-type N-glycan blocks the taste-modifying activity of miraculin.
Production of recombinant miraculin using transgenic tomatoes in a closed cultivation system.
Miraculin, a taste-modifying protein is secreted into intercellular spaces in plant cells.
Single-step purification of native miraculin using immobilized metal-affinity chromatography.
The sweet taste quality is linked to a cluster of taste fibers in primates: lactisole diminishes preference and responses to sweet in S fibers (sweet best) chorda tympani fibers of M. fascicularis monkey.
Molecular modelling of miraculin: Structural analyses and functional hypotheses.
Genetically stable expression of functional miraculin, a new type of alternative sweetener, in transgenic tomato plants.
Microbial production of sensory-active miraculin.
Cortical representation of taste-modifying action of miracle fruit in humans.
[Sweetness dysgeusia in a case of SIADH caused by lung carcinoma].
Improvement of insulin resistance by miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum) in fructose-rich chow-fed rats.
Elucidating coding of taste qualities with the taste modifier miraculin in the common marmoset.
Sweet proteins–potential replacement for artificial low calorie sweeteners.
Taste in chimpanzees. III: Labeled-line coding in sweet taste.
Cloning and sequencing of a cDNA encoding a taste-modifying protein, miraculin.
Nature and regulation of pistil-expressed genes in tomato.
[Sweet proteins and sweet-inducing proteins].
Determination of disulfide array and subunit structure of taste-modifying protein, miraculin.
Structural study of asparagine-linked oligosaccharide moiety of taste-modifying protein, miraculin.
[Taste receptor mechanism].
Complete amino acid sequence and structure characterization of the taste-modifying protein, miraculin.
Complete purification and characterization of the taste-modifying protein, miraculin, from miracle fruit.
Effects of gymnemic acid on the chorda tympani proper nerve responses to sweet, sour, salty and bitter taste stimuli in the chimpanzee.
The sweetness-inducing effect of miraculin; behavioural and neurophysiological experiments in the rhesus monkey Macaca mulatta.
Non-nutritive sweetening agents.
A history of sweeteners–natural and synthetic.
Purification and some properties of miraculin, a glycoprotein from Synsepalum dulcificum which provokes sweetness and blocks sourness.
Sweet taste induced by miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum).
Neuromuscular-blocking principle present in the berries of Synsepalum dulcificum.
Chemostimulatory protein: a new type of taste stimulus.
Taste-modifying protein from miracle fruit.