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

      HEARING RESEARCH
    2. 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
    3. Knight, RD; Kemp, DT
      Wave and place fixed DPOAE maps of the human ear

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

      JARO
    5. 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
    6. 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
    7. 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
    8. Wagner, W; Plinkert, PK
      The relationship between auditory threshold and evoked otoacoustic emissions

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    9. Mom, T; Bonfils, P; Gilain, L; Avan, P
      Vulnerability of the gerbil cochlea to sound exposure during reversible ischemia

      HEARING RESEARCH
    10. Plinkert, PK; Hemmert, W; Wagner, W; Just, K; Zenner, HP
      Monitoring noise susceptibility: sensitivity of otoacoustic emissions and subjective audiometry

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

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Abdala, C; Ma, E; Sininger, YS
      Maturation of medial efferent system function in humans

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    13. 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
    14. KAKIGI A; HIRAKAWA H; HAREL N; MOUNT RJ; HARRISON RV
      BASAL COCHLEAR LESIONS RESULT IN INCREASED AMPLITUDE OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    15. SILVA A; YSUNZA A
      EFFECT OF CONTRALATERAL MASKING ON THE LATENCY OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS ELICITED BY ACOUSTIC DISTORTION PRODUCTS

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

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

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

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    19. 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
    20. 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
    21. 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
    22. OZTURAN O; HENLEY CM; LITTMAN TA; JENKINS HA
      IRON-DEFICIENCY ANEMIA AND HEARING

      ORL
    23. MOM T; AVAN P; ROMAND R; GILAIN L
      MONITORING OF FUNCTIONAL-CHANGES AFTER TRANSIENT ISCHEMIA IN GERBIL COCHLEA

      Brain research
    24. HENLEY CM; WEATHERLY RA; OU CN; BROWN RD
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF KANAMYCIN IN THE DEVELOPING RAT

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

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

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

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

      British journal of audiology
    29. CANLON B; FRANSSON A
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PRESERVATION OF THE OUTER HAIR-CELLS FROM NOISE TRAUMA BY SOUND CONDITIONING

      Hearing research
    30. LOWE M; ROBERTSON D
      THE BEHAVIOR OF THE F(2)-F(1) ACOUSTIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT - LACK OF EFFECT OF BRAIN-STEM LESIONS IN ANESTHETIZED GUINEA-PIGS

      Hearing research
    31. PUEL JL
      CHEMICAL SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN THE COCHLEA

      Progress in neurobiology
    32. BORG E; CANLON B; ENGSTROM B
      NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS - LITERATURE-REVIEW AND EXPERIMENTS IN RABBITS - MORPHOLOGICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL FEATURES, EXPOSURE PARAMETERS AND TEMPORAL FACTORS VARIABILITY AND INTERACTIONS - FOREWORD

      Scandinavian audiology
    33. PLINKERT PK; HEMMERT W; ZENNER HP
      A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT AUDIOMETRIC MET HODS FOR EARLY DETECTION OFA VULNERABLE COCHLEA - PREVENTION OF NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      HNO. Hals-, Nasen-, Ohrenarzte
    34. COLLET L
      OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN HUMANS

      Archives internationales de physiologie, de biochimie et de biophysique
    35. JOHNSON AC; CANLON B
      TOLUENE EXPOSURE AFFECTS THE FUNCTIONAL-ACTIVITY OF THE OUTER HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    36. HALL JW; BAER JE; CHASE PA; SCHWABER MK
      CLINICAL-APPLICATION OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS - WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUTFACTORS INFLUENCING MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS

      Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
    37. HENLEY CM
      KANAMYCIN DEPLETES COCHLEAR POLYAMINES IN THE DEVELOPING RAT

      Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
    38. KOKESH J; NORTON SJ; DUCKERT LG
      EFFECT OF PERILYMPHATIC FISTULAS ON EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      The American journal of otology
    39. LONSBURYMARTIN BL
      INTRODUCTION TO OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      The American journal of otology
    40. MUSIEK FE; SMURZYNSKI J; BORNSTEIN SP
      OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS TESTING IN ADULTS - AN OVERVIEW

      The American journal of otology
    41. JOHNSON AC
      THE OTOTOXIC EFFECT OF TOLUENE AND THE INFLUENCE OF NOISE ACETYL SALICYLIC-ACID OR GENOTYPE - A STUDY IN RATS AND MICE

      Scandinavian audiology
    42. MOULIN A; BERA JC; COLLET L
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS

      Audiology
    43. JASTREBOFF PJ; HAZELL JWP
      A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO TINNITUS - CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

      British journal of audiology


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