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    1. Wilkins, HR; Presson, JC; Popper, AN; Ryals, BM; Dooling, RJ
      Hair cell death in a hearing-deficient canary

      JARO
    2. Reng, D; Muller, M; Smolders, JWT
      Functional recovery of hearing following AMPA-induced reversible disruption of hair cell afferent synapses in the avian inner ear

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    3. Koppl, C
      Efferent axons in the avian auditory nerve

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Pantelias, AA; Monsivais, P; Rubel, EW
      Tonotopic map of potassium currents in chick auditory hair cells using an intact basilar papilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    5. Woolley, SMN; Wissman, AM; Rubel, EW
      Hair cell regeneration and recovery of auditory thresholds following aminoglycoside ototoxicity in Bengalese finches

      HEARING RESEARCH
    6. Gleich, O; Dooling, RJ; Ryals, BM
      A quantitative analysis of the nerve fibers in the VIIIth nerve of BelgianWaterslager canaries with a hereditary sensorineural hearing loss

      HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Jones, TA; Jones, SM; Paggett, KC
      Primordial rhythmic bursting in embryonic cochlear ganglion cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Goodyear, RJ; Kwan, T; Oh, SH; Raphael, Y; Richardson, GP
      The cell adhesion molecule BEN defines a prosensory patch in the developing avian otocyst

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    9. Bermingham-McDonogh, O; Stone, JS; Reh, TA; Rubel, EW
      FGFR3 expression during development and regeneration of the chick inner ear sensory epithelia

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Lang, HN; Fekete, DM
      Lineage analysis in the chicken inner ear shows differences in clonal dispersion for epithelial, neuronal, and mesenchymal cells

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Koppl, C; Manley, GA; Konishi, M
      Auditory processing in birds

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    12. Durham, D; Park, DL; Girod, DA
      Central nervous system plasticity during hair cell loss and regeneration

      HEARING RESEARCH
    13. Lomax, MI; Huang, L; Cho, YS; Gong, TWL; Altschuler, RA
      Differential display and gene arrays to examine auditory plasticity

      HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Gleich, O; Dooling, RJ; Ryals, BM
      Neither endocochlear potential nor Tegmentum vasculosum are affected in hearing impaired Belgian Waterslager canaries

      HEARING RESEARCH
    15. Koppl, C; Wegscheider, A; Gleich, O; Manley, GA
      A quantitative study of cochlear afferent axons in birds

      HEARING RESEARCH
    16. Purgue, AP; Narins, PM
      Mechanics of the inner ear of the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana): the contactmembranes and the periotic canal

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Purgue, AP; Narins, PM
      A model for energy flow in the inner ear of the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Stone, JS; Rubel, EW
      Cellular studies of auditory hair cell regeneration in birds

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    19. Peach, MB; Rouse, GW
      The morphology of the pit organs and lateral line canal neuromasts of Mustelus antarcticus (Chondrichthyes : Triakidae)

      JOURNAL OF THE MARINE BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
    20. Jones, TA; Jones, SM
      Spontaneous activity in the statoacoustic ganglion of the chicken embryo

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Cole, LK; Le Roux, I; Nunes, F; Laufer, E; Lewis, J; Wu, DK
      Sensory organ generation in the chicken inner ear: Contributions of bone morphogenetic protein 4, Serrate1, and Lunatic Fringe

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    22. Hiel, H; Luebke, AE; Fuchs, PA
      Cloning and expression of the alpha 9 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit in cochlear hair cells of the chick

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Sun, H; Salvi, RJ; Ding, DL; Hashino, E; Shero, M; Zheng, XY
      Excitotoxic effect of kainic acid on chicken otoacoustic emissions and cochlear potentials

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    24. Cotanche, DA
      Structural recovery from sound and aminoglycoside damage in the avian cochlea

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    25. Smolders, JWT
      Functional recovery in the avian ear after hair cell regeneration

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    26. Stone, JS; Rubel, EW
      Delta 1 expression during avian hair cell regeneration

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Manley, GA; Taschenberger, G; Oeckinghaus, H
      Influence of contralateral acoustic stimulation on distortion-product and spontaneous otoacoustic emissions in the barn owl

      HEARING RESEARCH
    28. Park, DL; Girod, DA; Durham, D
      Tonotopic changes in 2-deoxyglucose activity in chick cochlear nucleus during hair cell loss and regeneration

      HEARING RESEARCH
    29. Husbands, JM; Steinberg, SA; Kurian, R; Saunders, JC
      Tip-link integrity on chick tall hair cell stereocilia following intense sound exposure

      HEARING RESEARCH
    30. Smotherman, MS; Narins, PM
      Potassium currents in auditory hair cells of the frog basilar papilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    31. Ryals, BM; Dooling, RJ; Westbrook, E; Dent, ML; MacKenzie, A; Larsen, ON
      Avian species differences in susceptibility to noise exposure

      HEARING RESEARCH
    32. Muller, M; Smolders, JWT
      Responses of auditory nerve fibers innervating regenerated hair cells after local application of gentamicin at the round window of the cochlea in thepigeon

      HEARING RESEARCH
    33. Yamada, WM; Lewis, ER
      Predicting the temporal responses of non-phase-locking bullfrog auditory units to complex acoustic waveforms

      HEARING RESEARCH
    34. Eisen, MD; Duncan, RK; Saunders, JC
      The tip link's role in asymmetric stereocilia motion of chick cochlear hair cells

      HEARING RESEARCH
    35. Koppl, C; Yates, G
      Coding of sound pressure level in the barn owl's auditory nerve

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Kruger, RP; Goodyear, RJ; Legan, PK; Warchol, ME; Raphael, Y; Cotanche, DA; Richardson, GP
      The supporting-cell antigen: A receptor-like protein tyrosine phosphatase expressed in the sensory epithelia of the avian inner ear

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Woolley, SMN; Rubel, EW
      High-frequency auditory feedback is not required for adult song maintenance in Bengalese finches

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    38. Sokolowski, BHA; Cunningham, AM
      Patterns of synaptophysin expression during development of the inner ear in the chick

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    39. Cochran, SL; Stone, JS; Bermingham-McDonogh, O; Akers, SR; Lefcort, F; Rubel, EW
      Ontogenetic expression of Trk neurotrophin receptors in the chick auditorysystem

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    40. Molea, D; Stone, JS; Rubel, EW
      Class III beta-tubulin expression in sensory and nonsensory regions of thedeveloping avian inner ear

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    41. Plontke, SKR; Lifshitz, J; Saunders, JC
      Distribution of rate-intensity function types in chick cochlear nerve after exposure to intense sound

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    42. STAECKER H; VANDEWATER TR
      FACTORS CONTROLLING HAIR-CELL REGENERATION REPAIR IN THE INNER-EAR/

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    43. MULLER M; SMOLDERS JWT
      HAIR CELL REGENERATION AFTER LOCAL APPLICATION OF GENTAMICIN AT THE ROUND WINDOW OF THE COCHLEA IN THE PIGEON

      Hearing research
    44. DINGPFENNIGDORFF D; SMOLDERS JWT; MULLER M; KLINKE R
      HAIR CELL LOSS AND REGENERATION AFTER SEVERE ACOUSTIC OVERSTIMULATIONIN THE ADULT PIGEON

      Hearing research
    45. Park, DL; Girod, DA; Durham, D
      Evidence for loss and recovery of chick brainstem auditory neurons during gentamicin-induced cochlear damage and regeneration

      HEARING RESEARCH
    46. DYSON ML; KLUMP GM; GAUGER B
      ABSOLUTE HEARING THRESHOLDS AND CRITICAL MASKING RATIOS IN THE EUROPEAN BARN OWL - A COMPARISON WITH OTHER OWLS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    47. HRYNKOW SH; MOREST DK; BRUMWELL C; RUTISHAUSER U
      SPATIOTEMPORAL DIVERSITY IN THE MICROENVIRONMENTS FOR NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE, NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE POLYSIALIC ACID, AND L1-CELL ADHESION MOLECULE EXPRESSION BY SENSORY NEURONS AND THEIR TARGETSDURING COCHLEOVESTIBULAR INNERVATION

      Neuroscience
    48. HRYNKOW SH; MOREST DK; BILAK M; RUTISHAUSER U
      MULTIPLE ROLES OF NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE, NEURAL CELL-ADHESIONMOLECULE POLYSIALIC ACID, AND L1 ADHESION MOLECULES DURING SENSORY INNERVATION OF THE OTIC EPITHELIUM IN-VITRO

      Neuroscience
    49. Shero, M; Salvi, RJ; Chen, L; Hashino, E
      Excitotoxic effect of kainic acid on chicken cochlear afferent neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    50. HENNIG AK; COTANCHE DA
      REGENERATION OF COCHLEAR EFFERENT NERVE-TERMINALS AFTER GENTAMICIN DAMAGE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    51. FEKETE DM; MUTHUKUMAR S; KARAGOGEOS D
      HAIR-CELLS AND SUPPORTING CELLS SHARE A COMMON PROGENITOR IN THE AVIAN INNER-EAR

      The Journal of neuroscience
    52. HELLER S; SHEANE CA; JAVED Z; HUDSPETH AJ
      MOLECULAR MARKERS FOR CELL-TYPES OF THE INNER-EAR AND CANDIDATE GENESFOR HEARING DISORDERS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. CODE RA
      THE AVIAN COCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM

      Poultry and avian biology reviews
    54. ROSENBLATT KP; SUN ZP; HELLER S; HUDSPETH AJ
      DISTRIBUTION OF CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNEL ISOFORMS ALONG THE TONOTOPICGRADIENT OF THE CHICKENS COCHLEA()

      Neuron
    55. MULLER M; SMOLDERS JWT; DINGPFENNIGDORFF D; KLINKE R
      DISCHARGE PROPERTIES OF PIGEON SINGLE AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS AFTER RECOVERY FROM SEVERE ACOUSTIC TRAUMA

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    56. SOBKOWICZ HM; AUGUST BK; SLAPNICK SM
      CELLULAR INTERACTIONS AS A RESPONSE TO INJURY IN THE ORGAN OF CORTI IN CULTURE

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    57. OFSIE MS; HENNIG AK; MESSANA EP; COTANCHE DA
      SOUND DAMAGE AND GENTAMICIN TREATMENT PRODUCE DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF DAMAGE TO THE EFFERENT INNERVATION OF THE CHICK COCHLEA

      Hearing research
    58. TASCHENBERGER G; MANLEY GA
      SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE BARN OWL

      Hearing research
    59. KAJIKAWA H; UMEMOTO M; MISHIRO Y; SAKAGAMI M; KUBO T; YONEDA Y
      EXPRESSION OF HIGHLY POLYSIALYLATED NCAM (NCAM-H) IN DEVELOPING AND ADULT CHICKEN AUDITORY ORGAN

      Hearing research
    60. PICKLES JO; VANHEUMEN WRA
      THE EXPRESSION OF MESSENGER-RNAS CODING FOR GROWTH-FACTORS, THEIR RECEPTORS, AND EPH-CLASS RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES IN NORMAL AND OTOTOXICALLY DAMAGED CHICK COCHLEAE

      Developmental neuroscience
    61. ROMAND R
      MODIFICATION OF TONOTOPIC REPRESENTATION IN THE AUDITORY-SYSTEM DURING DEVELOPMENT

      Progress in neurobiology
    62. KAJIKAWA H; UMEMOTO M; TAIRA E; MIKI N; MISHIRO Y; KUBO T; YONEDA Y
      EXPRESSION OF NEURITE OUTGROWTH FACTOR AND GICERIN DURING INNER-EAR DEVELOPMENT AND HAIR CELL REGENERATION IN THE CHICK

      Journal of neurocytology
    63. FRISANCHO JC; FRITSMA L; RAPHAEL Y
      PRESYNAPTIC TERMINALS IN HYALINE CELLS OF NORMAL AND OVERSTIMULATED CHICK INNER EARS

      Journal of neurocytology
    64. MARTINEZDUNST C; MICHAELS RL; FUCHS PA
      RELEASE SITES AND CALCIUM CHANNELS IN HAIR-CELLS OF THE CHICKS COCHLEA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    65. KOPPL C
      FREQUENCY TUNING AND SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN THE AUDITORY-NERVE AND COCHLEAR NUCLEUS MAGNOCELLULARIS OF THE BARN OWL TYTO-ALBA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    66. PIRVOLA U; HALLBOOK F; XINGQUN L; VIRKKALA J; SAARMA M; YLIKOSKI J
      EXPRESSION OF NEUROTROPHINS AND TRK RECEPTORS IN THE DEVELOPING, ADULT, AND REGENERATING AVIAN COCHLEA

      Journal of neurobiology
    67. OESTERLE EC; LURIE DI; RUBEL EW
      NEUROFILAMENT PROTEINS IN AVIAN AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    68. FARABAUGH SM; WILD JM
      RECIPROCAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY AUDITORY PATHWAYS IN THE TELENCEPHALON OF THE BUDGERIGAR (MELOPSITTACUS-UNDULATUS)

      Brain research
    69. COTANCHE DA
      HAIR CELL REGENERATION IN THE AVIAN COCHLEA

      The Annals of otology, rhinology & laryngology
    70. MANLEY GA; KOPPL C; YATES GK
      ACTIVITY OF PRIMARY AUDITORY NEURONS IN THE COCHLEAR GANGLION OF THE EMU DROMAIUS-NOVAEHOLLANDIAE - SPONTANEOUS DISCHARGE, FREQUENCY TUNING, AND PHASE-LOCKING

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    71. CHEN L; TRAUTWEIN PG; SHERO M; SALVI RJ
      TUNING, SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY AND TONOTOPIC MAP IN CHICKEN COCHLEAR GANGLION NEURONS FOLLOWING SOUND-INDUCED HAIR CELL LOSS AND REGENERATION

      Hearing research
    72. WANG Y; RAPHAEL Y
      RE-INNERVATION PATTERNS OF CHICK AUDITORY SENSORY EPITHELIUM AFTER ACOUSTIC OVERSTIMULATION

      Hearing research
    73. GONG TWL; HEGEMAN AD; SHIN JJ; ADLER HJ; RAPHAEL Y; LOMAX MI
      IDENTIFICATION OF GENES EXPRESSED AFTER NOISE EXPOSURE IN THE CHICK BASILAR PAPILLA

      Hearing research
    74. RICHTER CP; SAUER G; HOIDIS S; KLINKE R
      DEVELOPMENT OF ACTIVITY PATTERNS IN AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS OF PIGEONS

      Hearing research
    75. LEE KH; COTANCHE DA
      POTENTIAL ROLE OF BFGF AND RETINOIC ACID IN THE REGENERATION OF CHICKEN COCHLEAR HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    76. MULLER M; SMOLDERS JWT; DINGPFENNIGDORFF D; KLINKE R
      REGENERATION AFTER TALL HAIR CELL-DAMAGE FOLLOWING SEVERE ACOUSTIC TRAUMA IN ADULT PIGEONS - CORRELATION BETWEEN COCHLEAR MORPHOLOGY, COMPOUND ACTION-POTENTIAL RESPONSES AND SINGLE-FIBER PROPERTIES IN SINGLE ANIMALS

      Hearing research
    77. VANDIJK P; NARINS PM; WANG JX
      SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN 7 FROG SPECIES

      Hearing research
    78. ADLER HJ; RAPHAEL Y
      NEW HAIR-CELLS ARISE FROM SUPPORTING CELL CONVERSION IN THE ACOUSTICALLY DAMAGED CHICK INNER-EAR

      Neuroscience letters
    79. OH SH; JOHNSON R; WU DK
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS IN THE DEVELOPING VESTIBULAR AND AUDITORY SENSORY ORGANS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. STONE JS; LEANO SG; BAKER LP; RUBEL EW
      HAIR CELL-DIFFERENTIATION IN CHICK COCHLEAR EPITHELIUM AFTER AMINOGLYCOSIDE TOXICITY - IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO OBSERVATIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. WARCHOL ME; CORWIN JT
      REGENERATIVE PROLIFERATION IN ORGAN-CULTURES OF THE AVIAN COCHLEA - IDENTIFICATION OF THE INITIAL PROGENITORS AND DETERMINATION OF THE LATENCY OF THE PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    82. SAUNDERS JC; DOAN DE; POJE CP; FISHER KA
      COCHLEAR NERVE ACTIVITY AFTER INTENSE SOUND EXPOSURE IN NEONATAL CHICKS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    83. KAISER A; MANLEY GA
      BRAIN-STEM CONNECTIONS OF THE MACULA-LAGENAE IN THE CHICKEN

      Journal of comparative neurology
    84. LADHAMS A; PICKLES JO
      MORPHOLOGY OF THE MONOTREME ORGAN OF CORTI AND MACULA LAGENA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    85. GLEICH O; DOOLING RJ; PRESSON JC; STRUTZ J
      CONTINUOUS PROLIFERATION OF SUPPORTING CELLS AND EVIDENCE FOR DIFFERENTIATION OF HAIR-CELLS IN THE INNER-EAR OF AN ADULT SONG BIRD WITH GENETIC HEARING-LOSS

      HNO. Hals-, Nasen-, Ohrenarzte
    86. HELLMANN B; FRITZSCH B
      NEUROANATOMICAL AND HISTOCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF COMMONLATERAL-LINE AND INNER-EAR EFFERENTS AND OF EFFERENTS TO THE BASILAR PAPILLA IN A FROG, XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    87. WU YC; FETTIPLACE R
      A DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL FOR GENERATING FREQUENCY MAPS IN THE REPTILIAN AND AVIAN COCHLEAS

      Biophysical journal
    88. WANG JX; NARINS PM
      DIRECTIONAL MASKING OF PHASE-LOCKING IN THE AMPHIBIAN AUDITORY-NERVE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    89. ADLER HJ; MANTOOTH J; RAPHAEL Y
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF PATCH LESIONS IN THE CHICK INNER-EAR FOLLOWING ACOUSTIC TRAUMA - OPTICAL VERSUS SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Scanning microscopy
    90. JANAS JD; COTANCHE DA; RUBEL EW
      AVIAN COCHLEAR HAIR CELL REGENERATION - STEREOLOGICAL ANALYSES OF DAMAGE AND RECOVERY FROM A SINGLE HIGH-DOSE OF GENTAMICIN

      Hearing research
    91. SHEPHERD RK; MARTIN RL
      ONSET OF OTOTOXICITY IN THE CAT IS RELATED TO ONSET OF AUDITORY FUNCTION

      Hearing research
    92. SMOLDERS JWT; DINGPFENNIGDORFF D; KLINKE R
      A FUNCTIONAL MAP OF THE PIGEON BASILAR PAPILLA - CORRELATION OF THE PROPERTIES OF SINGLE AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS AND THEIR PERIPHERAL ORIGIN

      Hearing research
    93. SENARITA M; THALMANN I; SHIBASAKI O; THALMANN R
      CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEINS IN ORGAN OF CORTI AND BASILAR PAPILLA - CBP-15, AN UNIDENTIFIED CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEIN OF THE INNER-EAR

      Hearing research
    94. ITO M; SPICER SS; SCHULTE BA
      CYTOLOGICAL CHANGES RELATED TO MATURATION OF THE ORGAN OF CORTI AND OPENING OF CORTIS TUNNEL

      Hearing research
    95. HASHINO E; TINHAN EK; SALVI RJ
      BASE-TO-APEX GRADIENT OF CELL-PROLIFERATION IN THE CHICK COCHLEA FOLLOWING KANAMYCIN-INDUCED HAIR CELL LOSS

      Hearing research
    96. ADLER HJ; NIEMIEC AJ; MOODY DB; RAPHAEL Y
      TECTORIAL MEMBRANE REGENERATION IN ACOUSTICALLY DAMAGED BIRDS - AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL TECHNIQUE

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

      Hearing research
    98. ONEILL MP; BEARDEN A
      LASER-FEEDBACK MEASUREMENTS OF TURTLE BASILAR-MEMBRANE MOTION USING DIRECT REFLECTION

      Hearing research
    99. JONES SM; JONES TA
      NEURAL TUNING CHARACTERISTICS OF AUDITORY PRIMARY AFFERENTS IN THE CHICKEN-EMBRYO

      Hearing research
    100. JONES SM; JONES TA
      THE TONOTOPIC MAP IN THE EMBRYONIC CHICKEN COCHLEA

      Hearing research


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