Kelly Rose

Simon Aoyama2
Charles I Berlin2
Salman R Khetani2
Edward L Lecluyse2
Stacy Krzyzewski2
2Simon Aoyama
2Charles I Berlin
2Salman R Khetani
2Edward L Lecluyse
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Primary hepatocytes display functional and structural instability in standard monoculture systems. We have previously developed a model in which primary hepatocytes are organized in domains of empirically optimized dimensions and surrounded by murine embryonic fibroblasts (HepatoPac™). Here, we assess the long-term phenotype of freshly isolated and(More)
Auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) and otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) are objective measures of auditory function, but are not hearing tests. Normal OAEs reflect normal cochlear outer hair cell function, and an ABR indicates a synchronous neural response. It is quite possible for a patient to have normal OAEs but absent or grossly abnormal ABR and a(More)
We have recently shown that primary rat hepatocytes organized in micropatterned cocultures with murine embryonic fibroblasts (HepatoPac™) maintain high levels of liver functions for at least 4 weeks. In this study, rat HepatoPac was assessed for its utility to study chemical bioactivation and associated hepatocellular toxicity. Treatment of HepatoPac(More)
Function of the olivocochlear reflex, measured by suppression of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions, is assessed in nine patients with bilateral auditory neuropathy/dys-synchrony and compared to matched control subjects with normal auditory function. TEOAEs were acquired using 65 dB peak sound pressure linear clicks with and without the presence of(More)
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