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    1. Rabinowitz, PM; Duran, R
      Is acculturation related to use of hearing protection?

      AIHAJ
    2. Seixas, NS; Ren, K; Neitzel, R; Camp, J; Yost, M
      Noise exposure among construction electricians

      AIHAJ
    3. Jimenez, AM; Stagner, BB; Martin, GK; Lonsbury-Martin, BL
      Susceptibility of DPOAEs to sound overexposure in inbred mice with AHL

      JARO
    4. Ritchie, GD; Still, KR; Alexander, WK; Nordholm, AF; Wilson, CL; Rossi, J; Mattie, DR
      A review of the neurotoxicity risk of selected hydrocarbon fuels

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART B-CRITICAL REVIEWS
    5. Simdon, J; Watters, D; Bartlett, S; Connick, E
      Ototoxicity associated with use of nucleoside analog reverse transcriptaseinhibitors: A report of 3 possible cases and review of the literature

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    6. Keeling, KM; Brooks, DA; Hopwood, JJ; Li, PN; Thompson, JN; Bedwell, DM
      Gentamicin-mediated suppression of Hurler syndrome stop mutations restoresa low level of alpha-L-iduronidase activity and reduces lysosomal glycosaminoglycan accumulation

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    7. Ahmed, HO; Dennis, JH; Badran, O; Ismail, M; Ballal, SG; Ashoor, A; Jerwood, D
      High-frequency (10-18 kHz) hearing thresholds: reliability, and effects ofage and occupational noise exposure

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    8. Mocci, F; Canalis, P; Tomasi, PA; Casu, F; Pettinato, S
      The effect of noise on serum and urinary magnesium and catecholamines in humans

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    9. Hyodo, J; Hakuba, N; Koga, K; Watanabe, F; Shudou, M; Taniguchi, M; Gyo, K
      Hypothermia reduces glutamate efflux in perilymph following transient cochlear ischemia

      NEUROREPORT
    10. Gagnaire, F; Marignac, B; Langlais, C; Bonnet, P
      Ototoxicity in rats exposed is ortho-, meta- and para-xylene vapours for 13 weeks

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    11. Rao, DB; Moore, DR; Reinke, LA; Fechter, LD
      Free radical generation in the cochlea during combined exposure to noise and carbon monoxide: an electrophysiological and an EPR study

      HEARING RESEARCH
    12. Wu, WJ; Sha, SH; McLaren, JD; Kawamoto, K; Raphael, Y; Schacht, J
      Aminoglycoside ototoxicity in adult CBA, C57BL and BALB mice and the Sprague-Dawley rat

      HEARING RESEARCH
    13. Vazquez, AE; Luebke, AE; Martin, GK; Lonsbury-Martin, BL
      Temporary and permanent noise-induced changes in distortion product otoacoustic emissions in CBA/CaJ mice

      HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Zheng, QY; Johnson, KR
      Hearing loss associated with the modifier of deaf waddler (mdfw) locus corresponds with age-related hearing loss in 12 inbred strains of mice

      HEARING RESEARCH
    15. Chen, GD; Kong, J; Reinhard, K; Fechter, LD
      NMDA receptor blockage protects against permanent noise-induced hearing loss but not its potentiation by carbon monoxide

      HEARING RESEARCH
    16. Scholik, AR; Yan, HY
      Effects of underwater noise on auditory sensitivity of a cyprinid fish

      HEARING RESEARCH
    17. Hwang, SA; Gomez, MI; Sobotova, L; Stark, AD; May, JJ; Hallman, EM
      Predictors of hearing loss in New York farmers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    18. Ritter, DC; Perkins, JL
      Noise-induced hearing loss among US Air Force cryptolinguists

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    19. Buckey, JC; Musiek, FE; Kline-Schoder, R; Clark, JC; Hart, S; Havelka, J
      Hearing loss in space

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    20. Uzun, C; Koten, M; Adali, MK; Yorulmaz, F; Yagiz, R; Karasalihoglu, AR
      Reversible ototoxic effect of azithromycin and clarithromycin on transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions in guinea pigs

      JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY
    21. Da Costa, EA
      Brazilian Portuguese speech material and its application in occupational audiology

      AUDIOLOGY
    22. Staecker, H; Zheng, QY; Van de Water, TR
      Oxidative stress in aging in the c57B16/J mouse cochlea.

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    23. Attanasio, G; Buongiorno, G; Piccoli, F; Mafera, B; Cordier, A; Barbara, M; Filipo, R
      Laser Doppler measurement of cochlear blood flow changes during conditioning noise exposure

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    24. Veuillet, E; Martin, V; Suc, B; Vesson, JF; Morgon, A; Collet, L
      Otoacoustic emissions and medial olivocochlear suppression during auditoryrecovery from acoustic trauma in humans

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    25. Linke, R; Mazurek, B; Matschke, RG
      Analysis of distortion products of otoacoustic emissions (DPOAE) in patients with acute tinnitus.

      LARYNGO-RHINO-OTOLOGIE
    26. Szymanska, J
      Work-related noise hazards in the dental surgery

      ANNALS OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    27. Tomei, F; Ruffino, MG; Tomao, E; Baccolo, TP; Rosati, MV; Strollo, F
      Acute experimental exposure to noise and hormonal modifications

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    28. Karlson, B; Seger, L; Osterberg, K; Abjornsson, G; Orbaek, P
      Stress management in men with solvent-induced chronic toxic encephalopathy

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    29. Illing, RB; Kraus, KS; Michler, SA
      Plasticity of the superior olivary complex

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    30. Ogita, K; Matsunobu, T; Schacht, J
      Acoustic trauma enhances DNA binding of transcription factor AP-I in the guinea pig inner ear

      NEUROREPORT
    31. Khan, MJ; Seidman, MD; Quirk, WS; Shivapuja, BG
      Effects of kynurenic acid as a glutamate receptor antagonist in the guineapig

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    32. Riechelmann, H
      Environmental health in otorhinolaryngology.

      LARYNGO-RHINO-OTOLOGIE
    33. Job, A; Raynal, M; Tricoire, A; Signoret, J; Rondet, P
      Hearing status of French youth aged from 18 to 24 years in 1997: a cross-sectional epidemiological study in the selection centres of the army in Vincennes and Lyon

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    34. Yoshida, N; Liberman, MC
      Sound conditioning reduces noise-induced permanent threshold shift in mice

      HEARING RESEARCH
    35. Willott, JF; Turner, JG
      Neural plasticity in the mouse inferior colliculus: relationship to hearing loss, augmented acoustic stimulation, and prepulse inhibition

      HEARING RESEARCH
    36. Shoji, F; Miller, AL; Mitchell, A; Yamasoba, T; Altschuler, RA; Miller, JM
      Differential protective effects of neurotrophins in the attenuation of noise-induced hair cell loss

      HEARING RESEARCH
    37. Chen, GD; McWilliams, ML; Fechter, LD
      Succinate dehydrogenase (SDH) activity in hair cells: a correlate for permanent threshold elevations

      HEARING RESEARCH
    38. Zheng, XY; McFadden, SL; Ding, DL; Henderson, D
      Cochlear de-efferentation and impulse noise-induced acoustic trauma in thechinchilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    39. Ahroon, WA; Hamernik, RP
      The effects of interrupted noise exposures on the noise-damaged cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    40. Dehne, N; Lautermann, J; ten Cate, WJF; Rauen, U; de Groot, H
      In vitro effects of hydrogen peroxide on the cochlear neurosensory epithelium of the guinea pig

      HEARING RESEARCH
    41. Shoji, F; Yamasoba, T; Magal, E; Dolan, DF; Altschuler, RA; Miller, JM
      Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor has a dose dependent influenceon noise-induced hearing loss in the guinea pig cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    42. Hsu, CJ; Shau, WY; Chen, YS; Liu, T; Lin-Shiau, SY
      Activities of Na+,K+-ATPase and Ca2+-ATPase in cochlear lateral wall afteracoustic trauma

      HEARING RESEARCH
    43. Yoshida, N; Hequembourg, SJ; Atencio, CA; Rosowski, JJ; Liberman, MC
      Acoustic injury in mice: 129/SvEv is exceptionally resistant to noise-induced hearing loss

      HEARING RESEARCH
    44. Lamm, K; Arnold, W
      The effect of blood flow promoting drugs on cochlear blood flow, perilymphatic pO(2) and auditory function in the normal and noise-damaged hypoxic and ischemic guinea pig inner ear

      HEARING RESEARCH
    45. Kaltenbach, JA; Afman, CE
      Hyperactivity in the dorsal cochlear nucleus after intense sound exposure and its resemblance to tone-evoked activity: a physiological model for tinnitus

      HEARING RESEARCH
    46. Nordmann, AS; Bohne, BA; Harding, GW
      Histopathological differences between temporary and permanent threshold shift

      HEARING RESEARCH
    47. Syka, J; Rybalko, N
      Threshold shifts and enhancement of cortical evoked responses after noise exposure in rats

      HEARING RESEARCH
    48. Coles, RRA; Lutman, ME; Buffin, JT
      Guidelines on the diagnosis of noise-induced hearing loss for medicolegal purposes

      CLINICAL OTOLARYNGOLOGY
    49. Cazals, Y
      Auditory sensori-neural alterations induced by salicylate

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    50. Sriwattanatamma, P; Breysse, P
      Comparison of NIOSH noise criteria and OSHA hearing conservation criteria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    51. May, JJ
      Occupational hearing loss

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    52. Maison, SF; Liberman, MC
      Predicting vulnerability to acoustic injury with a noninvasive assay of olivocochlear reflex strength

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    53. Pyykko, IV; Toppila, EM; Starck, JP; Juhola, M; Auramo, Y
      Database for a hearing conservation program

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    54. McWilliams, ML; Chen, GD; Fechter, LD
      Low-level toluene disrupts auditory function in guinea pigs

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    55. Hernandez-Gaytan, SI; Santos-Burgoa, C; Becker-Meyer, JP; Macias-Carrillo, C; Lopez-Cervantes, M
      Prevalence and correlates of hearing loss in a cement factory.

      SALUD PUBLICA DE MEXICO
    56. Chen, TJ; Chen, SS; Hsieh, YL
      Evaluating the protective role of the olivocochlear bundle against acoustic overexposure in rats by using Fos immunohistochemistry

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    57. Hakuba, N; Koga, K; Shudou, M; Watanabe, F; Mitani, A; Gyo, K
      Hearing loss and glutamate efflux in the perilymph following transient hindbrain ischemia in gerbils

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    58. Barrenas, ML; Holgers, KM
      Ototoxic interaction between noise and pheomelanin: Distortion product otoacoustic emissions after acoustical trauma in chloroquine-treated red, black, and albino guinea pigs

      AUDIOLOGY
    59. Meyer, J; Gummer, AW
      Physiological effects of tip link destruction in cochlear hair cells. Implications for noise-induced damage of the inner ear

      HNO
    60. Ohinata, Y; Miller, JM; Altschuler, RA; Schacht, J
      Intense noise induces formation of vasoactive lipid peroxidation products in the cochlea

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    61. Tomei, F; Fantini, S; Tomao, E; Baccolo, TP; Rosati, MV
      Hypertension and chronic exposure to noise

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    62. Nakajima, HH; Hubbard, AE; Mountain, DC
      Effects of acoustic trauma on acoustic enhancement of electrically evoked otoacoustic emissions

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    63. Ohlemiller, KK; Dugan, LL
      Elevation of reactive oxygen species following ischemia-reperfusion in mouse cochlea observed in vivo

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    64. Ohlemiller, KK; Wright, JS; Dugan, LL
      Early elevation of cochlear reactive oxygen species following noise exposure

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    65. Ding, DL; McFadden, SL; Wang, J; Hu, BH; Salvi, RJ
      Age- and strain-related differences in dehydrogenase activity and glycogenlevels in CBA and C57 mouse cochleas

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    66. Yagi, M; Magal, E; Sheng, ZQ; Ang, KA; Raphael, Y
      Hair cell protection from aminoglycoside ototoxicity by adenovirus-mediated overexpression of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    67. Scheibe, F; Haupt, H; Ising, H
      Total magnesium concentrations of perilymph, cerebrospinal fluid and bloodin guinea pigs fed different magnesium-containing diets

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    68. Oeken, J
      Topodiagnostic assessment of occupational noise-induced hearing loss usingdistortion-product otoacoustic emissions compared to the short increment sensitivity index test

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    69. Wada, H
      Toluene and temporal discrimination in rats: Effects on accuracy, discriminability, and time estimation

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    70. Hass, U; Lund, SP; Hougaard, KS; Simonsen, L
      Developmental neurotoxicity after toluene inhalation exposure in rats

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    71. Campo, P; Loquet, G; Blachere, V; Roure, M
      Toluene and styrene intoxication route in the rat cochlea

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    72. Hougaard, KS; Hass, U; Lund, SP; Simonsen, L
      Effects of prenatal exposure to toluene on postnatal development and behavior in rats

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    73. Lee, HK; Lee, EH; Choi, JY; Choi, HS; Kim, HN
      Noise level of drilling instruments during mastoidectomy

      YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL
    74. Chen, GD; McWilliams, ML; Fechter, LD
      Intermittent noise-induced hearing loss and the influence of carbon monoxide

      HEARING RESEARCH
    75. Hamernik, RP; Ahroon, WA
      Sound-induced priming of the chinchilla auditory system

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

      HEARING RESEARCH
    77. Bohne, BA; Harding, GW; Nordmann, AS; Tseng, CJ; Liang, GE; Bahadori, RS
      Survival-fixation of the cochlea: a technique for following time-dependentdegeneration and repair in noise-exposed chinchillas

      HEARING RESEARCH
    78. Hamernik, RP; Ahroon, WA
      Susceptibility of the noise-toughened auditory system to noise-induced trauma

      HEARING RESEARCH
    79. Ahroon, WA; Hamernik, RP
      Noise-induced hearing loss in the noise-toughened auditory system

      HEARING RESEARCH
    80. Yamasoba, T; Dolan, DF; Miller, JM
      Acquired resistance to acoustic trauma by sound conditioning is primarily mediated by changes restricted to the cochlea, not by systemic responses

      HEARING RESEARCH
    81. Eddins, AC; Zuskov, M; Salvi, RJ
      Changes in distortion product otoacoustic emissions during prolonged noiseexposure

      HEARING RESEARCH
    82. Canlon, B; Ryan, AF; Boettcher, FA
      On the factors required for obtaining protection against noise trauma by prior acoustic experience

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

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    84. Gerhardt, KJ; Pierson, LL; Huang, XY; Abrams, RM; Rarey, KE
      Effects of intense noise exposure on fetal sheep auditory brain stem response and inner ear histology

      EAR AND HEARING
    85. Anari, M; Axelsson, A; Eliasson, A; Magnusson, L
      Hypersensitivity to sound - Questionnaire data, audiometry and classification

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

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    87. Masuko, T; Kuno, T; Kashiwagi, K; Kusama, T; Williams, K; Igarashi, K
      Stimulatory and inhibitory properties of aminoglycoside antibiotics at N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    88. Kujawa, SG; Liberman, MC
      Long-term sound conditioning enhances cochlear sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    89. McQueen, CT; Baxter, A; Smith, TL; Raynor, E; Yoon, SM; Prazma, J; Pillsbury, HC
      Non-insulin-dependent diabetic microangiopathy in the inner ear

      JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY
    90. Picard, M; Banville, R; Barbarosie, T; Manolache, M
      Speech audiometry in noise-exposed workers: The SRT-PTA relationship revisited

      AUDIOLOGY
    91. Vinck, BM; Van Cauwenberge, PB; Leroy, L; Corthals, P
      Sensitivity of transient evoked and distortion product otoacoustic emissions to the direct effects of noise on the human cochlea

      AUDIOLOGY
    92. Canlon, B; Fransson, A; Viberg, A
      Medial olivocochlear efferent terminals are protected by sound conditioning

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    93. Yamasoba, T; Schacht, J; Shoji, F; Miller, JM
      Attenuation of cochlear damage from noise trauma by an iron chelator, a free radical scavenger and glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor in vivo

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    94. Neitzel, R; Seixas, NS; Camp, J; Yost, M
      An assessment of occupational noise exposures in four construction trades

      AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    95. Marshall, L; Heller, LM
      Transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions as a measure of noise-induced threshold shift

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    96. CANLON B; FRANSSON A
      REDUCING NOISE DAMAGE BY USING A MID-FREQUENCY SOUND CONDITIONING STIMULUS

      NeuroReport
    97. MCGOWAN JP
      AMINOGLYCOSIDES, VANCOMYCIN, AND QUINOLONES

      Cancer investigation
    98. PATUZZI R
      EXPONENTIAL ONSET AND RECOVERY OF TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT AFTER LOUD SOUND - EVIDENCE FOR LONG-TERM INACTIVATION OF MECHANOELECTRICAL TRANSDUCTION CHANNELS

      Hearing research
    99. KALTENBACH JA; GODFREY DA; NEUMANN JB; MCCASLIN DL; AFMAN CE; ZHANG JS
      CHANGES IN SPONTANEOUS NEURAL ACTIVITY IN THE DORSAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUSFOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO INTENSE SOUND - RELATION TO THRESHOLD SHIFT

      Hearing research
    100. JOB A; GRATEAU P; PICARD J
      INTRINSIC DIFFERENCES IN HEARING PERFORMANCES BETWEEN EARS REVEALED BY THE ASYMMETRICAL SHOOTING POSTURE IN THE ARMY

      Hearing research


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