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Bioengineering Tools to Aid the Study of Oral Processing Deficiencies: A Pathway to Tailored Food Products

AuthorsLaguna, Laura; Tárrega, Amparo ; Fiszman, Susana
Issue Date5-Nov-2019
PublisherBiomedical Research Network
CitationBiomedical Journal of Scientific and Technical Research
AbstractThis review surveys the bioengineering tools available to measure and characterize the oral process during food intake. The human oral forces applied whilst eating constitute a research gap and some of these tools help to characterize the different actions involved in both mastication and swallowing
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.26717/BJSTR.2019.22.003763
ISSN2574 -1241
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