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INC: inner hair cell; ns: no significance; OHC: outer hair cell; P: postnatal day.
The supporting cells underlying the inner hair cells did not express Prox1, thus distinguishing these two adjacent populations of supporting cells.
"Most of the research until now has concentrated on the input end of the inner hair cells where the sound waves produce motion of the stereocilia," said Amy Lee, Ph.D., senior study author and UI associate professor in the Departments of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and Neurology.
Using micro-iontophoretic techniques, several authors have demonstrated that glutamate antagonists can protect the afferent neurons of the inner hair cells from neuro-excitotoxicity.
O'Leary, "Applying neurotrophins to the round window rescues auditory function and reduces inner hair cell synaptopathy after noise-induced hearing loss," Otology & Neurotology, vol.
This finding shows that kinase activity is crucial for the function of Myo3a and inner hair cells. Progressive hearing loss in Myo3a mutant mice was similar to that observed in human Myo3a mutants.
According to Spoendlin, three or four fibers end on each outer hair cell, but none ends directly on the inner hair cells. [8] Lim wrote that cochlear afferent pathway activity can be adjusted by efferent impulses through the subsynaptic cisterns of the inner hair cells.
Guo et al., "Spontaneous and partial repair of ribbon synapse in cochlear inner hair cells after ototoxic withdrawal," Molecular Neurobiology, vol.
Green, "Functional role of neurotrophin-3 in synapse regeneration by spiral ganglion neurons on inner hair cells after excitotoxic trauma in vitro," Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Inner hair cells (IHCs) and outer hair cells (OHCs) are two types of sensory cells in the mammalian cochlea.
In mammalian inner ear, transduction by Ad vectors is organ (cochlea versus vestibule), cell type (inner hair cells (IHCs), outer hair cells (OHCs), and supporting cells (SCs)), region (base, middle, and apical turns), and age dependence.