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    1. Keiler, S; Richter, CP
      Cochlear dimensions obtained in hemicochleae of four different strains of mice: CBA/CaJ, 129/CD1, 129/SvEv and C57BL/6J

      HEARING RESEARCH
    2. 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
    3. Langer, MG; Fink, S; Koitschev, A; Rexhausen, U; Horber, JKH; Ruppersberg, JP
      Lateral mechanical coupling of stereocilia in cochlear hair bundles

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    4. Ohlemiller, KK; McFadden, SL; Ding, DL; Lear, PM; Ho, YS
      Targeted mutation of the gene for cellular glutathione peroxidase (Gpx1) increases noise-induced hearing loss in mice

      JARO
    5. Lin, X; Chen, SP; Chen, P
      Activation of metabotropic GABA(B) receptors inhibited glutamate responsesin spiral ganglion neurons of mice

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Langer, MG; Koitschev, A; Haase, H; Rexhausen, U; Horber, JKH; Ruppersberg, JP
      Mechanical stimulation of individual stereocilia of living cochlear hair cells by atomic force microscopy

      ULTRAMICROSCOPY
    7. VANEMST MG; GIGUERE C; SMOORENBURG GF
      THE GENERATION OF DC POTENTIALS IN A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF THE ORGANOF CORTI - EFFECTS OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNELS IN THE BASOLATERAL MEMBRANE OF THE INNER HAIR CELL

      Hearing research
    8. MEYER J; FURNESS DN; ZENNER HP; HACKNEY CM; GUMMER AW
      EVIDENCE FOR OPENING OF HAIR-CELL TRANSDUCER CHANNELS AFTER TIP-LINK LOSS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    9. Kimura, M; Wu, MD; Inafuku, S; Ishigami, H
      Age-related changes in the immunohistochemical localization of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and nuclear factor-kappa B (NF-kappa B) in the mouse cochlea

      ACTA HISTOCHEMICA ET CYTOCHEMICA
    10. SHVAREV YN; CANLON B
      RECEPTOR POTENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS DURING DIRECT STEREOCILIA STIMULATION OF ISOLATED OUTER HAIR-CELLS FROM THE GUINEA-PIG

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    11. EATOCK RA; RUSCH A
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES IN THE PHYSIOLOGY OF HAIR-CELLS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. GELEOC GSG; LENNAN GWT; RICHARDSON GP; KROS CJ
      A QUANTITATIVE COMPARISON OF MECHANOELECTRICAL TRANSDUCTION IN VESTIBULAR AND AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS OF NEONATAL MICE

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    13. MOGENSEN MM; MACKIE JB; DOXSEY SJ; STEARNS T; TUCKER JB
      CENTROSOMAL DEPLOYMENT OF GAMMA-TUBULIN AND PERICENTRIN - EVIDENCE FOR A MICROTUBULE-NUCLEATING DOMAIN AND A MINUS-END DOCKING DOMAIN IN CERTAIN MOUSE EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    14. 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
    15. RICHARDSON GP; FORGE A; KROS CJ; FLEMING J; BROWN SDM; STEEL KP
      MYOSIN VIIA IS REQUIRED FOR AMINOGLYCOSIDE ACCUMULATION IN COCHLEAR HAIR-CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    16. HE DZZ
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUTER HAIR CELL ELECTROMOTILITY AND EFFERENT INNERVATION - A STUDY IN CULTURED ORGAN OF CORTI OF NEONATAL GERBILS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    17. 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
    18. VANEMST MG; KLIS SFL; SMOORENBURG GF
      4-AMINOPYRIDINE EFFECTS ON SUMMATING POTENTIALS IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      Hearing research
    19. MARKIN VS; HUDSPETH AJ
      GATING-SPRING MODELS OF MECHANOELECTRICAL TRANSDUCTION BY HAIR-CELLS OF THE INTERNAL EAR

      Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure
    20. GLOWATZKI E; WILD K; BRANDLE U; FAKLER G; FAKLER B; ZENNER HP; RUPPERSBERG JP
      CELL-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE ALPHA-9 N-ACH RECEPTOR SUBUNIT IN AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS REVEALED BY SINGLE-CELL RT-PCR

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    21. SOBKOWICZ HM; SLAPNICK SM; AUGUST BK
      THE KINOCILIUM OF AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS AND EVIDENCE FOR ITS MORPHOGENETIC ROLE DURING THE REGENERATION OF STEREOCILIA AND CUTICULAR PLATES

      Journal of neurocytology
    22. HOLLEY MC; NISHIDA Y
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY MARKERS FOR EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF THE STEREOCILIARY BUNDLES OF MAMMALIAN HAIR-CELLS

      Journal of neurocytology
    23. ASHMORE JF
      THE CELLULAR MACHINERY OF THE COCHLEA

      Experimental physiology
    24. KATBAMNA B; RALSTON A
      GLYCOL METHACRYLATE EMBEDDING AND MICROWAVE STAINING FOR LIGHT-MICROSCOPY OF THE MOUSE COCHLEA

      Scanning microscopy
    25. PREYER S; HEMMERT W; PFISTER M; ZENNER HP; GUMMER AW
      FREQUENCY-RESPONSE OF MATURE GUINEA-PIG OUTER HAIR-CELLS TO STEREOCILIARY DISPLACEMENT

      Hearing research
    26. BRUNDIN L; RUSSELL I
      TUNED PHASIC AND TONIC MOTILE RESPONSES OF ISOLATED OUTER HAIR-CELLS TO DIRECT MECHANICAL STIMULATION OF THE CELL BODY

      Hearing research
    27. ABDOUH A; DESPRES G; ROMAND R
      HISTOCHEMICAL AND SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDIES OF SUPERNUMERARY HAIR-CELLS IN EMBRYONIC RAT COCHLEA IN-VITRO

      Brain research
    28. SANTOSSACCHI J
      HARMONICS OF OUTER HAIR CELL MOTILITY

      Biophysical journal


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