Turns out that the tongue isn’t the only place where the body can taste what you ate
By Douglas Fox, 22:05 PM March 23, 2011
It was an exciting day when Thomas Finger looked inside the nose of a small black mouse. Finger had borrowed the animal from another scientist. It was not your average mouse.
The mouse's genes had been changed so that the taste buds on its tongue turned green when you shined light on them — like a secret message written in secret ink.
But no one had ever looked inside its nose. When Finger finally did look there with a microscope, he saw thousands of green cells dotting the soft pink lin...
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