Klaus-Günther Recke

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Growth in amplitude of the acoustic reflex to filtered noise and tones of 500, 1000, and 2000 Hz was measured with an aural acoustic-admittance meter in 30 persons between the ages of 20 and 79 years. Although thresholds of the acoustic reflex did not vary significantly across the age range of the subject sample, the rate of growth in amplitude decreased(More)
Tympanograms were acquired from 60 subjects, 20 through 79 years of age, with normal hearing and no history of otic pathology. Acoustic conductance and acoustic susceptance at the tympanic membrane (GTM and BTM) were derived and acoustic admittance (YTM) was calculated. Statistical analysis of GTM, BTM and YTM showed no significant variation in values(More)
Copy number variations represent a substantial source of genetic variation and are associated with a plethora of physiological and pathophysiological conditions. Joint copy number and allelic variations (CNAVs) are difficult to analyze and require new strategies to unravel the properties of genotype distributions. We developed a Bayesian hidden Markov model(More)
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