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    1. De Ceulaer, G; Yperman, M; Daemers, K; Van Driessche, K; Somers, T; Offeciers, FE; Govaerts, PJ
      Contralateral suppression of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions: Normative data for a clinical test set-up

      OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGY
    2. Kim, DO; Dorn, PA; Neely, ST; Gorga, MP
      Adaptation of distortion product otoacoustic emission in humans

      JARO
    3. Bobbin, RP
      ATP-induced movement of the stalks of isolated cochlear Deiters' cells

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

      HEARING RESEARCH
    5. Veuillet, E; Georgieff, N; Philibert, B; Dalery, J; Marie-Cardine, M; Collet, L
      Abnormal peripheral auditory asymmetry in schizophrenia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    6. Spector, AA
      A nonlinear electroelastic model of the auditory outer hair cell

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES
    7. Kossowski, M; Mom, T; Guitton, M; Poncet, JL; Bonfils, P; Avan, P
      Fine alterations of distortion-product otoacoustic emissions after moderate acoustic overexposure in guinea pigs

      AUDIOLOGY
    8. He, DZZ; Dallos, P
      Properties of voltage-dependent somatic stiffness of cochlear outer hair cells

      JARO
    9. Giard, MH; Fort, A; Mouchetant-Rostaing, Y; Pernier, J
      Neurophysiological mechanisms of auditory selective attention in humans

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    10. Khanna, SM; Hao, LF
      Amplification in the apical turn of the cochlea with negative feedback

      HEARING RESEARCH
    11. Hao, LF; Khanna, SM
      Vibrations of the guinea pig organ of Corti in the apical turn

      HEARING RESEARCH
    12. Ota, Y; Dolan, DF
      The effects of efferent activation on the acoustically and electrically evoked otoacoustic emission

      HEARING RESEARCH
    13. Kapadia, S; Lutman, ME
      Nonlinear temporal interactions in click-evoked otoacoustic emissions. I. Assumed model and polarity-symmetry

      HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Kapadia, S; Lutman, ME
      Nonlinear temporal interactions in click-evoked otoacoustic emissions. II.Experimental data

      HEARING RESEARCH
    15. Kolston, PJ
      The importance of phase data and model dimensionality to cochlear mechanics

      HEARING RESEARCH
    16. Hemmert, W; Zenner, HP; Gummer, AW
      Characteristics of the travelling wave in the low-frequency region of a temporal-bone preparation of the guinea-pig cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    17. John, MS; Picton, TW
      Human auditory steady-state responses to amplitude-modulated tones: phase and latency measurements

      HEARING RESEARCH
    18. Abdala, C; Sininger, YS; Starr, A
      Distortion product otoacoustic emission suppression in subjects with auditory neuropathy

      EAR AND HEARING
    19. Hoormann, J; Falkenstein, M; Hohnsbein, J
      Early attention effects in human auditory-evoked potentials

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Ye, Y; Machado, DG; Kim, DO
      Projection of the marginal shell of the anteroventral cochlear nucleus to olivocochlear neurons in the cat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    21. Summers, V
      Effects of hearing impairment and presentation level on masking period patterns for Schroeder-phase harmonic complexes

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    22. de Boer, E; Nuttall, AL
      The mechanical waveform of the basilar membrane. II. From data to models -and back

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    23. Magnan, P; Dancer, A; Probst, R; Smurzynski, J; Avan, P
      Intracochlear acoustic pressure measurements: Transfer functions of the middle ear and cochlear mechanics

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    24. Li, DQ; Henley, CM; O'Malley, BW
      Distortion product otoacoustic emissions and outer hair cell defects in the hyt/hyt mutant mouse

      HEARING RESEARCH
    25. Jimenez, AM; Stagner, BB; Martin, GK; Lonsbury-Martin, BL
      Age-related loss of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in four mousestrains

      HEARING RESEARCH
    26. Martin, GK; Stagner, BB; Jassir, D; Telischi, FF; Lonsbury-Martin, BL
      Suppression and enhancement of distortion-product otoacoustic emissions byinterference tones above f(2). I. Basic findings in rabbits

      HEARING RESEARCH
    27. Popelar, J; Valvoda, J; Syka, J
      Acoustically and electrically evoked contralateral suppression of otoacoustic emissions in guinea pigs

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

      HEARING RESEARCH
    29. Scates, KW; Woods, CI; Azeredo, WJ
      Inferior colliculus stimulation and changes in 2f(1)-f(2) distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the rat

      HEARING RESEARCH
    30. Haberland, EJ; Neumann, HJ
      Observations on simultaneous perilymphatic motions and cochlear microphonics suppression

      ORL-JOURNAL FOR OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY AND ITS RELATED SPECIALTIES
    31. Cooper, NP
      An improved heterodyne laser interferometer for use in studies of cochlearmechanics

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    32. Hu, XT; Evans, BN; Dallos, P
      Direct visualization of organ of Corti kinematics in a hemicochlea

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. Kapadia, S; Lutman, ME
      Reduced 'audiogram ripple' in normally-hearing subjects with weak otoacoustic emissions

      AUDIOLOGY
    34. Schneider, S; Prijs, VF; Schoonhoven, R
      Group delays of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in the guinea pig

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    35. CERANIC BJ; PRASHER DK; LUXON LM
      PRESENCE OF TINNITUS INDICATED BY VARIABLE SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    36. AVAN P; MAGNAN P; SMURZYNSKI J; PROBST R; DANCER A
      DIRECT EVIDENCE OF CUBIC DIFFERENCE TONE PROPAGATION BY INTRACOCHLEARACOUSTIC PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      European journal of neuroscience
    37. ABDALA C
      A DEVELOPMENTAL-STUDY OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION (2F1-F2) SUPPRESSION IN HUMANS

      Hearing research
    38. IWASAKI S; MIZUTA K; HOSHINO T
      TONE BURST-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN CATS WITH ACOUSTIC OVERSTIMULATION AND ANOXIA

      Hearing research
    39. SPECTOR AA; BROWNELL WE; POPEL AS
      ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF THE COMPOSITE OUTER HAIR CELL-WALL

      Annals of biomedical engineering
    40. CERANIC BJ; PRASHER DK; RAGLAN E; LUXON LM
      TINNITUS AFTER HEAD-INJURY - EVIDENCE FROM OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    41. NIESCHALK M; HUSTERT B; STOLL W
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN MIDDLE-AGED SUBJECTS WITHNORMAL VERSUS POTENTIALLY PRESBYACUSIC HIGH-FREQUENCY HEARING-LOSS

      Audiology
    42. OLSON ES
      OBSERVING MIDDLE AND INNER-EAR MECHANICS WITH NOVEL INTRACOCHLEAR PRESSURE SENSORS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    43. 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
    44. 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
    45. NUTTALL AL; GUO MH; REN TY; DOLAN DF
      BASILAR-MEMBRANE VELOCITY NOISE

      Hearing research
    46. PARHAM K
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE C57BL 6J MOUSE MODEL OF AGE-RELATED HEARING-LOSS/

      Hearing research
    47. SZYMKO YM; ZWISLOCKI JJ; HERTIG L
      ENHANCED COCHLEAR RESPONSES AFTER SOUND EXPOSURE

      Hearing research
    48. SATO M; HENSON MM; SMITH DW
      SYNAPTIC SPECIALIZATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE OUTER HAIR-CELLS OF THE JAPANESE MACAQUE

      Hearing research
    49. 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
    50. ZHENG XY; HENDERSON D; HU BH; DING DL; MCFADDEN SL
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE COCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM ON CHRONIC ACOUSTIC TRAUMA

      Hearing research
    51. WILLIAMS DM; BROWN AM
      THE EFFECT OF CONTRALATERAL BROAD-BAND NOISE ON ACOUSTIC DISTORTION PRODUCTS FROM THE HUMAN EAR

      Hearing research
    52. DACOSTA DL; CHIBOIS A; ERRE JP; BLANCHET C; DESAUVAGE RC; ARAN JM
      FAST, SLOW, AND STEADY-STATE EFFECTS OF CONTRALATERAL ACOUSTIC ACTIVATION OF THE MEDIAL OLIVOCOCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM IN AWAKE GUINEA-PIGS,ACTION OF GENTAMICIN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    53. OKUBO H; TACHIHARA N; SATOH S; HARA A; KUSAKARI J
      EFFECT OF ISOSORBIDE ON DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND ENDOCOCHLEAR DC-POTENTIAL IN EXPERIMENTALLY-INDUCED HYDROPIC EARS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    54. MILLS DM
      INTERPRETATION OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION MEASUREMENTS .1. 2 STIMULUS TONES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    55. FAGELSON MA; CHAMPLIN CA
      AUDITORY FILTERS MEASURED AT NEIGHBORING CENTER FREQUENCIES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    56. HAO LF; KHANNA SM
      REISSNERS MEMBRANE VIBRATIONS IN THE APICAL TURN OF A LIVING GUINEA-PIG COCHLEA

      Hearing research
    57. MICHIE PT; LEPAGE EL; SOLOWIJ N; HALLER M; TERRY L
      EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND AUDITORY SELECTIVE ATTENTION

      Hearing research
    58. SCHWEITZER L; LUTZ C; HOBBS M; WEAVER SP
      ANATOMICAL CORRELATES OF THE PASSIVE PROPERTIES UNDERLYING THE DEVELOPMENTAL SHIFT IN THE FREQUENCY MAP OF THE MAMMALIAN COCHLEA

      Hearing research
    59. TRAUTWEIN P; HOFSTETTER P; WANG J; SALVI R; NOSTRANT A
      SELECTIVE INNER HAIR CELL LOSS DOES NOT ALTER DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    60. RYAN S; KEMP DT
      THE INFLUENCE OF EVOKING STIMULUS LEVEL ON THE NEURAL SUPPRESSION OF TRANSIENT EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    61. ARRUDA J; JUNG TTK; MCGANN DG
      EFFECT OF LEUKOTRIENE INHIBITOR ON OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN SALICYLATE OTOTOXICITY

      The American journal of otology
    62. 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
    63. BABKINA LN; LOPOTKO AI; MOLCHANOV AP
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE MICROPHONICS POTENTI ALS FEEDBACK ON THE FORMATION OF THE FREQUENCY-SELECTIVITY PROPERTIES OF THE PERIPHERAL PART OF THE HEARING SYSTEM

      Biofizika
    64. SUN XM; KIM DO; JUNG MD; RANDOLPH KJ
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION TEST OF SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS IN HUMANS - COMPARISON OF UNEQUAL-LEVEL AND EQUAL-LEVEL STIMULI

      The Annals of otology, rhinology & laryngology
    65. KIM DO; PAPARELLO J; JUNG MD; SMURZYNSKI J; SUN X
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION TEST OF SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS - PERFORMANCE REGARDING SENSITIVITY, SPECIFICITY AND RECEIVER OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    66. LATAYE R; CAMPO P
      APPLICABILITY OF THE L(EQ) AS A DAMAGE-RISK CRITERION - AN ANIMAL-EXPERIMENT

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    67. MOULIN A; KEMP DT
      MULTICOMPONENT ACOUSTIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION PHASEIN HUMANS .2. IMPLICATIONS FOR DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS GENERATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    68. PUEL JL; DURRIEU JP; REBILLARD G; VIDAL D; ASSIE R; UZIEL A
      COMPARISON BETWEEN AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES AND DISTORTION PRODUCTS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AFTER TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT IN GUINEA-PIG

      Acta acustica
    69. LASKY RE; MAIER MM; SNODGRASS EB; HECOX KE; LAUGHLIN NK
      THE EFFECTS OF LEAD ON OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN MONKEYS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    70. SOUTER M
      SUPPRESSION OF STIMULUS FREQUENCY OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS BY CONTRALATERAL NOISE

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

      Hearing research
    72. NAKAZAWA K; SCHULTE BA; SPICER SS
      THE ROSETTE COMPLEX IN GERBIL DEITERS CELLS CONTAINS GAMMA-ACTIN

      Hearing research
    73. PARK JY; CLARK WW; COTICCHIA JM; ESSELMAN GH; FREDRICKSON JM
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN RHESUS (MACACA-MULATTA) MONKEY EARS - NORMATIVE FINDINGS

      Hearing research
    74. KUJAWA SG; FALLON M; BOBBIN RP
      TIME-VARYING ALTERATIONS IN THE F(2)-F(1) DPOAE RESPONSE TO CONTINUOUS PRIMARY STIMULATION .1. RESPONSE CHARACTERIZATION AND CONTRIBUTION OF THE OLIVOCOCHLEAR EFFERENTS

      Hearing research
    75. MCFADDEN D; LOEHLIN JC
      ON THE HERITABILITY OF SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS - A TWINS STUDY

      Hearing research
    76. 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
    77. COOPER NP; RHODE WS
      NONLINEAR MECHANICS AT THE APEX OF THE GUINEA-PIG COCHLEA

      Hearing research
    78. MORATA TC; NYLEN P; JOHNSON AC; DUNN DE
      AUDITORY AND VESTIBULAR FUNCTIONS AFTER SINGLE OR COMBINED EXPOSURE TO TOLUENE - A REVIEW

      Archives of toxicology
    79. MICHEYL C; CARBONNEL O; COLLET L
      MEDIAL OLIVOCOCHLEAR SYSTEM AND LOUDNESS ADAPTATION - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MUSICIANS AND NON-MUSICIANS

      Brain and cognition
    80. THOMPSON AM; THOMPSON GC
      LIGHT-MICROSCOPIC EVIDENCE OF SEROTONINERGIC PROJECTIONS TO OLIVOCOCHLEAR NEURONS IN THE BUSH-BABY (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)

      Brain research
    81. PRASHER DK; TUN T; BROOKES GB; LUXON LM
      MECHANISMS OF HEARING-LOSS IN ACOUSTIC NEUROMA - AN OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION STUDY

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    82. CHANG SO; NOH KT; MIN YG; YU WS; LEE DW
      THE EFFECTS OF EXPERIMENTALLY INCREASED PERILYMPHATIC PRESSURE ON CLICK-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN GUINEA-PIGS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    83. BOETTCHER FA; SCHMIEDT RA
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN MONGOLIAN GERBILS WITH RESISTANCE TO NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    84. XUE SW; MOUNTAIN DC; HUBBARD AE
      ELECTRICALLY-EVOKED BASILAR-MEMBRANE MOTION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    85. NADOL JB; BURGESS BJ
      SUPRANUCLEAR EFFERENT SYNAPSES ON OUTER HAIR-CELLS AND DEITERS CELLS IN THE HUMAN ORGAN OF CORTI

      Hearing research
    86. JAVEL E
      SHAPES OF CAT AUDITORY-NERVE FIBER TUNING CURVES

      Hearing research
    87. SIEGEL JH; HIROHATA ET
      SOUND CALIBRATION AND DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AT HIGH-FREQUENCIES

      Hearing research
    88. COOPER NP; YATES GK
      NONLINEAR INPUT-OUTPUT FUNCTIONS DERIVED FROM THE RESPONSES OF GUINEA-PIG COCHLEAR NERVE-FIBERS - VARIATIONS WITH CHARACTERISTIC FREQUENCY

      Hearing research
    89. HE DZZ; EVANS BN; DALLOS P
      FIRST APPEARANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTROMOTILITY IN NEONATAL GERBIL OUTER HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    90. MILLS DM; RUBEL EW
      VARIATION OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS WITH FUROSEMIDEINJECTION

      Hearing research
    91. SUTTON LA; LONSBURYMARTIN BL; MARTIN GK; WHITEHEAD ML
      SENSITIVITY OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN HUMANS TO TONAL OVER-EXPOSURE - TIME-COURSE OF RECOVERY AND EFFECTS OF LOWERING L(2)

      Hearing research
    92. XU L; PROBST R; HARRIS FP; ROEDE J
      PERIPHERAL ANALYSIS OF FREQUENCY IN HUMAN EARS REVEALED BY TONE BURSTEVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    93. JOHNSON AC; CANLON B
      TOLUENE EXPOSURE AFFECTS THE FUNCTIONAL-ACTIVITY OF THE OUTER HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    94. PRASHER D; RYAN S; LUXON L
      CONTRALATERAL SUPPRESSION OF TRANSIENTLY EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONSAND NEUROTOLOGY

      British journal of audiology
    95. 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
    96. RUGGERO MA
      COCHLEAR DELAYS AND TRAVELING WAVES - COMMENTS ON EXPERIMENTAL LOOK AT COCHLEAR MECHANICS

      Audiology
    97. KOHLER W; FRITZE W
      PITCH IS INFLUENCED BY SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    98. SUN XM; SCHMIEDT RA; HE NJ; LAM CF
      MODELING THE FINE-STRUCTURE OF THE 2F(1)-F(2) ACOUSTIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT .1. MODEL DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    99. MCFADDEN D; PASANEN EG
      OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND QUININE SULFATE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    100. BURNS EM; CAMPBELL SL; AREHART KH
      LONGITUDINAL MEASUREMENTS OF SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN INFANTS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America


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