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Functional Recovery After Hair Cell Regeneration in Birds

  • Robert J. Dooling
  • Micheal L. Dent
  • Amanda M. Lauer
  • Brenda M. Ryals
Part of the Springer Handbook of Auditory Research book series (SHAR, volume 33)

Keywords

Hearing Loss Hair Cell Zebra Finch Compound Action Potential Threshold Shift 
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  • Robert J. Dooling
  • Micheal L. Dent
  • Amanda M. Lauer
  • Brenda M. Ryals

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