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Eatock, Ruth AnnePerson Why?
Differences between the negatively activating potassium conductances of Mammalian cochlear and vestibular hair cells.Academic Article Why?
Glutamate transporters EAAT4 and EAAT5 are expressed in vestibular hair cells and calyx endings.Academic Article Why?
Mechanoelectrical and voltage-gated ion channels in mammalian vestibular hair cells.Academic Article Why?
Vestibular hair cells and afferents: two channels for head motion signals.Academic Article Why?
Ionic currents of mammalian vestibular hair cells.Academic Article Why?
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Nonquantal transmission at the vestibular hair cell-calyx synapse: KLV currents modulate fast electrical and slow K+ potentials.Academic Article Why?
The potassium channel subunit K V 1.8 ( Kcna10 ) is essential for the distinctive outwardly rectifying conductances of type I and II vestibular hair cells.Academic Article Why?
A delayed rectifier conductance in type I hair cells of the mouse utricle.Academic Article Why?
Afferent and efferent responses from morphological fiber classes in the turtle posterior crista.Academic Article Why?
Age-related histopathologic changes in the human cochlea.Academic Article Why?
Distinct capacity for differentiation to inner ear cell types by progenitor cells of the cochlea and vestibular organs.Academic Article Why?
Efferent actions in the chinchilla vestibular labyrinth.Academic Article Why?
Functional analysis of whole cell currents from hair cells of the turtle posterior crista.Academic Article Why?
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