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Chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation in the neonatally deafened cat. I: Expansion of central representation
Intracochlear electrical stimulation via cochlear prostheses has been employed as a means of providing some hearing to deaf children. Since chronically restricted stimuli are known to have profoundExpand
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Chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation in the neonatally deafened cat. II: Temporal properties of neurons in the inferior colliculus
The major focus of this study was to define the effects of chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation (ICES) on single unit responses in the inferior colliculus from three experimental groups: 1)Expand
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High and intermediate resolution DNA typing systems for class I HLA-A, B, C genes by hybridization with sequence-specific oligonucleotide probes (SSOP).
DNA typing systems for alleles of the HLA class I loci A, B, C at intermediate (IR) and high resolution (HR) levels were developed. The approaches combine locus-specific amplification of genomic DNAExpand
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Speech Recognition and Temporal Amplitude Modulation Processing by Mandarin-Speaking Cochlear Implant Users
Objectives: Fundamental frequency (F0) information is important to Chinese tone and speech recognition. Cochlear implant (CI) speech processors typically provide limited F0 information via temporalExpand
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Lexical tone and word recognition in noise of Mandarin-speaking children who use cochlear implants and hearing aids in opposite ears
Abstract The benefits of bimodal hearing (cochlear implant and hearing aid in opposite ears) in children are well documented in English-speaking populations (Ching et al., 2000; Holt et al., 2005)Expand
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[Implication of cochlear implantation in patients with enlarged vestibular aqueduct syndrome].
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the intraoperative obstacles and post-operative outcomes of cochlear implantation in children with enlarged vestibular aqueduct syndrome. METHODS Between May 1995 and JuneExpand
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A robust luminescent Ba (II) metal–organic framework based on pyridine carboxylate ligand for sensing of small molecules
Abstract Solvothermal reaction of Ba(NO3)2 with 5-(4-(2,6-di(pyridin-4-yl)pyridin-4-yl)phenoxy) isophthalic acid (H2L) afforded the first metal–organic framework based on L2 − ligand,Expand
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Development of the computerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical Tone and Disyllabic-word Picture Identification Test in Noise (MAPPID-N)
Abstract MAPPID-N was developed to assess the speech-recognition abilities in noise of Mandarin-speaking children on disyllabic words, and lexical tones in monosyllabic words, in aExpand
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Cochlear function after selective spiral ganglion cells degeneration induced by ouabain.
BACKGROUND Ouabain, a cardiac glycoside that specifically binds to Na/K-ATPase and inhibits its activity, was applied to gerbils to develop a method for studying auditory neuropathy. METHODSExpand
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[The transduction of neurotrophin-3/GDNF attenuates the SGNC damage in deaf mice].
OBJECTIVE To investigate the attenuation of cisplatin-induced toxicity in the spiral ganglion neuron (SGNC) by the localized expression of the neurotrophin-3 (NT-3) and glial cell line-derivedExpand
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