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    1. Mills, DM; Shepherd, K
      Distortion product otoacoustic emission and auditory brainstem responses in the echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus)

      JARO
    2. Fraenkel, R; Freeman, S; Sohmer, H
      The effect of various durations of noise exposure on auditory brainstem response, distortion product otoacoustic emissions and transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in rats

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    3. Coro, F; Kossl, M
      Components of the 2f(1)-f(2) distortion-product otoacoustic emission in a moth

      HEARING RESEARCH
    4. van Dijk, P; Manley, GA
      Distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the tree frog Hyla cinerea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    5. Nuttall, AL; Zheng, JF; Ren, TY; de Boer, E
      Electrically evoked otoacoustic emissions from apical and basal perilymphatic electrode positions in the guinea pig cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    6. Harada, T; Ogawa, K; Inoue, Y; Kanzaki, J
      Effects of changes in stimulus level on phases of distortion product otoacoustic emissions

      HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Konrad-Martin, D; Norton, SJ; Mascher, KE; Tempel, BL
      Effects of PMCA2 mutation on DPOAE amplitudes and latencies in deafwaddlermice

      HEARING RESEARCH
    8. Hatzopoulos, S; Di Stefano, M; Campbell, KCM; Falgione, D; Ricci, D; Rosignoli, M; Finesso, M; Albertin, A; Previati, M; Capitani, S; Martini, A
      Cisplatin ototoxicity in the Sprague Dawley rat evaluated by distortion product otoacoustic emissions

      AUDIOLOGY
    9. Dreisbach, LE; Siegel, JH
      Distortion-product otoacoustic emissions measured at high frequencies in humans

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    10. Mom, T; Bonfils, P; Gilain, L; Avan, P
      Origin of cubic difference tones generated by high-intensity stimuli: Effect of ischemia and auditory fatigue on the gerbil cochlea

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    11. Knight, RD; Kemp, DT
      Wave and place fixed DPOAE maps of the human ear

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    12. Kalluri, R; Shera, CA
      Distortion-product source unmixing: A test of the two-mechanism model for DPOAE generation

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    13. Kossl, M; Vater, M
      Consequences of outer hair cell damage for otoacoustic emissions and audio-vocal feedback in the mustached bat

      JARO
    14. Emmerich, E; Richter, F; Meissner, W; Dieroff, HG
      The effect of impulse noise exposure on distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the awake guinea pig

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    15. Hamernik, RP; Qiu, W
      Correlations among evoked potential thresholds, distortion product otoacoustic emissions and hair cell loss following various noise exposures in the chinchilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    16. Emmerich, E; Richter, F; Reinhold, U; Linss, V; Linss, W
      Effects of industrial noise exposure on distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) and hair cell loss of the cochlea - long term experiments in awake guinea pigs

      HEARING RESEARCH
    17. Kummer, P; Janssen, T; Hulin, P; Arnold, W
      Optimal L-1-L-2 primary tone level separation remains independent of test frequency in humans

      HEARING RESEARCH
    18. Brown, DK; Bowman, DM; Kimberley, BP
      The effects of maturation and stimulus parameters on the optimal f(2)/f(1)ratio of the 2f(1)-f(2) distortion product otoacoustic emission in neonates

      HEARING RESEARCH
    19. Ren, TY; Nuttall, AL
      Fine structure and multicomponents of the electrically evoked otoacoustic emission in gerbil

      HEARING RESEARCH
    20. Bowman, DM; Brown, DK; Kimberley, BP
      An examination of gender differences in DPOAE phase delay measurements in normal-hearing human adults

      HEARING RESEARCH
    21. Faulstich, F; Kossl, M
      Evidence for multiple DPOAE components based upon group delay of the 2f(1)-f(2) distortion in the gerbil

      HEARING RESEARCH
    22. Foeller, E; Kossl, M
      Mechanical adaptations for echolocation in the cochlea of the bat Hipposideros lankadiva

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Marino, C; Cristalli, G; Galloni, P; Pasqualetti, P; Piscitelli, M; Lovisolo, GA
      Effects of microwaves (900 MHz) on the cochlear receptor: exposure systemsand preliminary results

      RADIATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOPHYSICS
    24. Schweinfurth, JM; Cacace, AT
      Cochlear ischemia induced by circulating iron particles under magnetic control: An animal model for sudden hearing loss

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OTOLOGY
    25. Talmadge, CL; Tubis, A; Long, GR; Tong, C
      Modeling the combined effects of basilar membrane nonlinearity and roughness on stimulus frequency otoacoustic emission fine structure

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    26. Tubis, A; Talmadge, CL; Tong, C
      Modeling the temporal behavior of distortion product otoacoustic emissions

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    27. Wagner, W; Plinkert, PK
      The relationship between auditory threshold and evoked otoacoustic emissions

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    28. Li, DQ; Henley, CM; O'Malley, BW
      Distortion product otoacoustic emissions and outer hair cell defects in the hyt/hyt mutant mouse

      HEARING RESEARCH
    29. Mom, T; Bonfils, P; Gilain, L; Avan, P
      Vulnerability of the gerbil cochlea to sound exposure during reversible ischemia

      HEARING RESEARCH
    30. Parham, K; Sun, XM; Kim, DO
      Distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the CBA/J mouse model of presbycusis

      HEARING RESEARCH
    31. Ozturan, O; Oysu, C
      Influence of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions on distortion product otoacoustic emission amplitudes

      HEARING RESEARCH
    32. Wada, H; Nakajima, T; Ohyama, K
      Effect of irregularities in basilar membrane impedance on TEOAEs: Theoretical considerations

      ORL-JOURNAL FOR OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY AND ITS RELATED SPECIALTIES
    33. Plinkert, PK; Hemmert, W; Wagner, W; Just, K; Zenner, HP
      Monitoring noise susceptibility: sensitivity of otoacoustic emissions and subjective audiometry

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    34. Lind, O
      Alternative distortion product otoacoustic emissions and hearing loss in aclinical population

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    35. Delb, W; Hoppe, U; Liebel, J; Iro, H
      Determination of acute noise effects using distortion product otoacoustic emissions

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    36. Gordts, F; Naessens, B; Meyvisch, P; Clement, PAR
      Distortion product oto-acoustic emissions as objective audiometry in a group of children with ventilation tubes

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    37. Lutman, ME; Deeks, J
      Correspondence amongst microstructure patterns observed in otoacoustic emissions and Bekesy audiometry

      AUDIOLOGY
    38. Woods, CI; Azeredo, WJ
      Noradrenergic and serotonergic projections to the superior olive: potential for modulation of olivocochlear neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Stover, LJ; Neely, ST; Gorga, MP
      Cochlear generation of intermodulation distortion revealed by DPOAE frequency functions in normal and impaired ears

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    40. Knight, RD; Kemp, DT
      Relationships between DPOAE and TEOAE amplitude and phase characteristics

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    41. Schneider, S; Prijs, VF; Schoonhoven, R
      Group delays of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the guinea pig

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    42. Abdala, C; Ma, E; Sininger, YS
      Maturation of medial efferent system function in humans

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    43. Krishnan, G; Chertoff, ME
      Insights into linear and nonlinear cochlear transduction: Application of anew system-identification procedure on transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions data

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    44. Ueda, H
      Do click-evoked otoacoustic emissions have frequency specificity?

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    45. KAKIGI A; HIRAKAWA H; HAREL N; MOUNT RJ; HARRISON RV
      BASAL COCHLEAR LESIONS RESULT IN INCREASED AMPLITUDE OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    46. TASCHENBERGER G; MANLEY GA
      GENERAL-CHARACTERISTICS AND SUPPRESSION TUNING PROPERTIES OF THE DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION 2F(1)-F(2) IN THE BARN OWL

      Hearing research
    47. LECALVEZ S; AVAN P; GILAIN L; ROMAND R
      CD1 HEARING-IMPAIRED MICE - I - DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION LEVELS, COCHLEAR FUNCTION AND MORPHOLOGY

      Hearing research
    48. LECALVEZ S; GUILHAUME A; ROMAND R; ARAN JM; AVAN P
      CD1 HEARING-IMPAIRED MICE - II - GROUP LATENCIES AND OPTIMAL F(2) F(1) RATIOS OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS, AND SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY/

      Hearing research
    49. Zheng, Y; Ikeda, K; Nakamura, M; Takasaka, T
      Endonuclease cleavage of DNA in the aged cochlea of Mongolian gerbil

      HEARING RESEARCH
    50. Frolenkov, GI; Belyantseva, IA; Kurc, M; Mastroianni, MA; Kachar, B
      Cochlear outer hair cell electromotility can provide force for both low and high intensity distortion product otoacoustic emissions

      HEARING RESEARCH
    51. SILVA A; YSUNZA A
      EFFECT OF CONTRALATERAL MASKING ON THE LATENCY OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS ELICITED BY ACOUSTIC DISTORTION PRODUCTS

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    52. CIANFRONE G; INGROSSO A; ALTISSIMI G; RALLI G; TURCHETTA R
      DPOAE MODIFICATIONS INDUCED BY PURE-TONE OVERSTIMULATION IN GUINEA-PIGS

      Scandinavian audiology
    53. KOSSL M; BOYAN GS
      OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS FROM A NONVERTEBRATE EAR

      Naturwissenschaften
    54. Redhead, JT
      Otoacoustic emissions and recreational hearing loss

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    55. ZENNARO O; ERRE JP; ARAN JM; DAUMAN R
      SHORT-TERM EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDIAL EFFERENTS DOES NOT PREDICT SUSCEPTIBILITY TO TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    56. TALMADGE CL; TUBIS A; LONG GR; PISKORSKI P
      MODELING OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION AND HEARING THRESHOLD FINE-STRUCTURES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    57. MARTIN GK; JASSIR D; STAGNER BB; WHITEHEAD ML; LONSBURYMARTIN BL
      LOCUS OF GENERATION FOR THE 2F(1)-F(2) VS 2F(2)-F(1) DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN NORMAL-HEARING HUMANS REVEALED BY SUPPRESSION TUNING, ONSET LATENCIES, AND AMPLITUDE CORRELATIONS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    58. LASKY RE
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN HUMAN NEWBORNS AND ADULTS- II - LEVEL EFFECTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    59. MILLS DM
      INTERPRETATION OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION MEASUREMENTS - II - ESTIMATING TUNING CHARACTERISTICS USING 3 STIMULUS TONES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    60. FRANK G; KOSSL M
      ACOUSTICAL AND ELECTRICAL BIASING OF THE COCHLEA PARTITION - EFFECTS ON THE ACOUSTIC 2 TONE DISTORTIONS F(2)-F(1) AND 2F(1)-F(2)

      Hearing research
    61. KIRK DL; MOLEIRINHO A; PATUZZI RB
      MICROPHONIC AND DPOAE MEASUREMENTS SUGGEST A MICROMECHANICAL MECHANISM FOR THE BOUNCE PHENOMENON FOLLOWING LOW-FREQUENCY TONES

      Hearing research
    62. MAGNAN P; AVAN P; DANCER A; SMURZYNSKI J; PROBST R
      REVERSE MIDDLE-EAR TRANSFER-FUNCTION IN THE GUINEA-PIG MEASURED WITH CUBIC DIFFERENCE TONES

      Hearing research
    63. ZHENG XY; HENDERSON D; MCFADDEN SL; HU BH
      THE ROLE OF THE COCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM IN ACQUIRED-RESISTANCE TO NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Hearing research
    64. OZTURAN O; HENLEY CM; LITTMAN TA; JENKINS HA
      IRON-DEFICIENCY ANEMIA AND HEARING

      ORL
    65. ROBLES L; RUGGERO MA; RICH NC
      2-TONE DISTORTION ON THE BASILAR-MEMBRANE OF THE CHINCHILLA COCHLEA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    66. MOM T; AVAN P; ROMAND R; GILAIN L
      MONITORING OF FUNCTIONAL-CHANGES AFTER TRANSIENT ISCHEMIA IN GERBIL COCHLEA

      Brain research
    67. BONFILS P; AVAN P; LANDAIS P; ERMINY M; BIACABE B
      STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF HEARING SCREENING BY DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      The Annals of otology, rhinology & laryngology
    68. GIGUERE C; SMOORENBURG GF; KUNOV H
      THE GENERATION OF PSYCHOACOUSTIC COMBINATION TONES IN RELATION TO 2-TONE SUPPRESSION EFFECTS IN A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    69. FAHEY PF; ALLEN JB
      MEASUREMENT OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT PHASE IN THE EAR CANAL OF THE CAT

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    70. CHEATHAM MA; DALLOS P
      INTERMODULATION COMPONENTS OF CORTI RESPONSES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    71. NEUMANN J; UPPENKAMP S; KOLLMEIER B
      RELATIONS BETWEEN NOTCHED-NOISE SUPPRESSED TEOAE AND THE PSYCHOACOUSTICAL CRITICAL BANDWIDTH

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    72. MILLS DM; RUBEL EW
      DEVELOPMENT OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT EMISSIONS IN THE GERBIL - FILTER RESPONSE AND SIGNAL DELAY

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    73. HENLEY CM; WEATHERLY RA; OU CN; BROWN RD
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF KANAMYCIN IN THE DEVELOPING RAT

      Hearing research
    74. HUANG JM; MONEY MK; BERLIN CI; KEATS BJB
      PHENOTYPIC PATTERNS OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION IN INBRED AND F1-HYBRID HEARING MOUSE STRAINS

      Hearing research
    75. SKELLETT RA; CRIST JR; FALLON M; BOBBIN RP
      CHRONIC LOW-LEVEL NOISE EXPOSURE ALTERS DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    76. FRANK G; KOSSL M
      THE ACOUSTIC 2-TONE DISTORTIONS 2F1-F2 AND F2-F1 AND THEIR POSSIBLE RELATION TO CHANGES IN THE OPERATING POINT OF THE COCHLEAR AMPLIFIER

      Hearing research
    77. FREEMAN S; CHERNY L; SOHMER H
      THYROXINE AFFECTS PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE EAR

      Hearing research
    78. KHVOLES R; FREEMAN S; SOHMER H
      TRANSIENT EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS CAN BE RECORDED IN THE RAT

      Hearing research
    79. KUJAWA SG; FALLON M; SKELLETT RA; BOBBIN RP
      TIME-VARYING ALTERATIONS IN THE F(2)-F(1) DPOAE RESPONSE TO CONTINUOUS PRIMARY STIMULATION .2. INFLUENCE OF LOCAL CALCIUM-DEPENDENT MECHANISMS

      Hearing research
    80. CHANG KW; NORTON SJ
      THE EFFECTS OF CONTINUOUS VERSUS INTERRUPTED NOISE EXPOSURES ON DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN GUINEA-PIGS

      Hearing research
    81. FAULSTICH M; KOSSL M; REIMER K
      ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR COCHLEAR MECHANICS IN THE MARSUPIAL MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA - ANCESTRAL AND MODERN MAMMALIAN FEATURES

      Hearing research
    82. ENGDAHL B
      EFFECTS OF NOISE AND EXERCISE ON DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    83. SHEPPARD SL; BROWN AM; RUSSELL PT
      FEASIBILITY OF ACOUSTIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT TESTING IN NEWBORNS

      British journal of audiology
    84. KOSSL M; VATER M
      A TECTORIAL MEMBRANE FOVEA IN THE COCHLEA OF THE MOUSTACHED BAT

      Naturwissenschaften
    85. VINCK BM; DEVEL E; XU ZM; VANCAUWENBERGE PB
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS - A NORMATIVE STUDY

      Audiology
    86. AVAN P; ERRE JP; DACOSTA DL; ARAN JM; POPELAR J
      THE EFFERENT-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN AWAKE GUINEA-PIGS AND ITS REVERSIBLE BLOCKAGE BY GENTAMICIN

      Experimental Brain Research
    87. LIBERMAN MC; PURIA S; GUINAN JJ
      THE IPSILATERALLY EVOKED OLIVOCOCHLEAR REFLEX CAUSES RAPID ADAPTATIONOF THE 2F(1)-F(2) DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    88. ENGDAHL B; KEMP DT
      THE EFFECT OF NOISE EXPOSURE ON THE DETAILS OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN HUMANS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    89. STOVER LJ; NEELY ST; GORGA MP
      LATENCY AND MULTIPLE SOURCES OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    90. PURIA S; GUINAN JJ; LIBERMAN MC
      OLIVOCOCHLEAR REFLEX ASSAYS - EFFECTS OF CONTRALATERAL SOUND ON COMPOUND ACTION-POTENTIALS VERSUS EAR-CANAL DISTORTION PRODUCTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    91. WABLE J; COLLET L; CHERYCROZE S
      PHASE DELAY MEASUREMENTS OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AT 2F1-F2 AND 2F2-F1 IN HUMAN EARS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    92. NORRIX LW; GLATTKE TJ
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS CREATED THROUGH THE INTERACTION OF SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND EXTERNALLY GENERATED TONES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    93. HAMERNIK RP; AHROON WA; LEI SF
      THE CUBIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS FROM THE NORMAL AND NOISE-DAMAGED CHINCHILLA COCHLEA

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    94. ROGERS RK; THELIN JW; SIMS MH; MUENCHEN RA
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN DOGS

      Progress in veterinary neurology
    95. TASCHENBERGER G; GALLO L; MANLEY GA
      FILTERING OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE INNER-EAR OF BIRDS AND LIZARDS

      Hearing research
    96. SOUTER M
      STIMULUS FREQUENCY OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS FROM GUINEA-PIG AND HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Hearing research
    97. LASKY RE; SNODGRASS EB; LAUGHLIN NK; HECOX KE
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN MACACA-MULATTA AND HUMANS

      Hearing research
    98. GOLDSTEIN JL
      RELATIONS AMONG COMPRESSION, SUPPRESSION, AND COMBINATION TONES IN MECHANICAL RESPONSES OF THE BASILAR-MEMBRANE - DATA AND MBPNL MODEL

      Hearing research
    99. KETTEMBEIL S; MANLEY GA; SIEGL E
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND THEIR ANESTHESIA SENSITIVITY IN THE EUROPEAN STARLING AND THE CHICKEN

      Hearing research
    100. CANLON B; FRANSSON A
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PRESERVATION OF THE OUTER HAIR-CELLS FROM NOISE TRAUMA BY SOUND CONDITIONING

      Hearing research


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