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Nilushika Thambugala Athukoralalage: Brain-break! Can instruments do the job? Sensory-rheology correlation in the context of swallowing function

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posted on 2022-09-29, 04:25 authored by Nilushika Thambugala AthukoralalageNilushika Thambugala Athukoralalage

During this study, we aim to compare and correlate the sensory-texture properties perceived by a sensory panel with rheological data for a range of dysphagia-oriented meals. A significant correlation was found between several sensory and rheological parameters, which enable forecast panel-sensory results through rheometry without performing a sensory test. 

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