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Mechanisms of hearing: cochlear physiologyNEELY, J. G.Ear, nose & throat journal. 1985, Vol 64, Num 6, pp 40-68, issn 0145-5613Article

Mechanistic Basis of Otolith Formation during Teleost Inner Ear DevelopmentWU, David; FREUND, Jonathan B; FRASER, Scott E et al.Developmental cell. 2011, Vol 20, Num 2, pp 271-278, issn 1534-5807, 8 p.Article

The influence of pregnancy on the Eustachian tube function in ratsMALM, L.Acta oto-laryngologica. 1987, Vol 104, Num 3-4, pp 251-254, issn 0001-6489Article

L'otoscopie. I = Otoscopy. ILEGENT, F.Concours médical (Paris). 1993, Vol 115, Num 21, pp 1769-1771, issn 0010-5309Article

Symposium for basic research in a clinical environment, Dedham MA, July 5-7, 1989MOLLER, Aage R.Hearing research. 1990, Vol 49, Num 1-3, issn 0378-5955, 409 p.Conference Proceedings

Current Status and Prospects of Gene Therapy for the Inner EarHONG SUN; AJI HUANG; SHOUSONG CAO et al.Human gene therapy. 2011, Vol 22, Num 11, pp 1311-1322, issn 1043-0342, 12 p.Article

Fabrication of silicon condenser microphones using single wafer technologySCHEEPER, P. R; VAN DER DONK, A. G. H; OLTHUIS, W et al.Journal of microelectromechanical systems. 1992, Vol 1, Num 3, pp 147-154, issn 1057-7157Article

Speech recognition by an artificial neural network using findings on the afferent auditory systemKUROGI, S.Biological cybernetics. 1991, Vol 64, Num 3, pp 243-249, issn 0340-1200Article

Cytokeratin diversity in epithelia of the human inner earANNIKO, M; THORNELL, L.-E; RAMAEKERS, F. C. S et al.Acta oto-laryngologica. 1989, Vol 108, Num 5-6, pp 385-396, issn 0001-6489, 12 p.Article

Un organe au « chœur » de l'audition : Voyage au coeur de l'oreilleAVAN, Paul.Biofutur (Puteaux). 2012, Num 337, pp 24-30, issn 0294-3506, 7 p.Article

Noise level, inner hair cell damage, audiometric features, and equal-energy hypothesisBORG, E; ENGSTROM, B.The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 1989, Vol 86, Num 5, pp 1776-1782, issn 0001-4966, 7 p.Article

A segmentation method to obtain a complete geometry model of the hearing organPOZNYAKOVSKIY, Anton A; ZAHNERT, Thomas; KALAIDZIDIS, Yannis et al.Hearing research. 2011, Vol 282, Num 1-2, pp 25-34, issn 0378-5955, 10 p.Article

THE LOCALIZATION OF PROTEINS ENCODED BY CRYM, KIAA1199, UBA52, COL9A3, AND COL9A1, GENES HIGHLY EXPRESSED IN THE COCHLEAUSAMI, S; TAKUMI, Y; SUZUKI, N et al.Neuroscience. 2008, Vol 154, Num 1, pp 22-28, issn 0306-4522, 7 p.Article

Asymmetric cochlear processing mimics hemispheric specializationSININGER, Y. S; CONE-WESSON, B.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2004, Vol 305, Num 5690, issn 0036-8075, p. 1581Article

Distortion-product and click-evoked otoacoustic emissions of normally-hearing adultsSMURZYNSKI, J; KIM, D. O.Hearing research. 1992, Vol 58, Num 2, pp 227-240, issn 0378-5955Article

Effect of ear-canal air pressure on evoked otoacoustic emissionsNAEVE, S. L; MARGOLIS, R. H; LEVINE, S. C et al.The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 1992, Vol 91, Num 4, pp 2091-2095, issn 0001-4966, 1Article

Genetic analyses of mammalian ear developmentNODEN, D. M; VAN DE WATER, T. R.Trends in neurosciences (Regular edition). 1992, Vol 15, Num 7, pp 235-237, issn 0166-2236Article

Measurements of the auricle in the human fetusSHINOHARA, H; MORISAWA, S; NAKATANI, T et al.Okajimas folia anatomica japonica. 1991, Vol 68, Num 4, pp 215-218, issn 0030-154XArticle

Type II collagen distribution in rodentsYOO, T. J; TOMODA, K.The Laryngoscope. 1988, Vol 98, Num 11, pp 1255-1260, issn 0023-852XConference Paper

Eya1-Six1 Interaction Is Sufficient to Induce Hair Cell Fate in the Cochlea by Activating Atoh1 Expression in Cooperation with Sox2AHMED, Mohi; WONG, Elaine Y. M; JIANBO SUN et al.Developmental cell. 2012, Vol 22, Num 2, pp 377-390, issn 1534-5807, 14 p.Article

The inner ear and the neurologistAGRUP, Charlotte; GLEESON, Michael; RUDGE, Peter et al.Journal of neurology, neurosurgery and psychiatry. 2007, Vol 78, Num 2, pp 114-122, issn 0022-3050, 9 p.Article

Inner ear proteomics : A fad or hear to stayTHALMANN, Isolde.Brain research. 2006, Vol 1091, pp 103-112, issn 0006-8993, 10 p.Article

Homozygous HOXA1 mutations disrupt human brainstem, inner ear, cardiovascular and cognitive developmentTISCHFIELD, Max A; BOSLEY, Thomas M; ENGLE, Elizabeth C et al.Nature genetics. 2005, Vol 37, Num 10, pp 1035-1037, issn 1061-4036, 3 p.Article

Regulation of polarized extension and planar cell polarity in the cochlea by the vertebrate PCP pathwayJIANBO WANG; MARK, Sharayne; PING CHEN et al.Nature genetics. 2005, Vol 37, Num 9, pp 980-985, issn 1061-4036, 6 p.Article

SoxE factors function equivalently during neural crest and inner ear development and their activity is regulated by SUMOylationTAYLOR, Kimberly M; LABONNE, Carole.Developmental cell. 2005, Vol 9, Num 5, pp 593-603, issn 1534-5807, 11 p.Article

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