[Regenerative potential in the organ of Corti after otic intoxication].

Abstract

The auditory sensory cells are sensitive to a variety of influences such as noise, ototoxic drugs and aging. In the cochlea of mammals, the destroyed sensory cells are not replaced by new sensory cells. That leads to cochlear deafness, a frequent disease in human. Unfortunately, such auditory impairment is out of reach of treatment. The development of new… (More)

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@article{Lenoir2000RegenerativePI, title={[Regenerative potential in the organ of Corti after otic intoxication].}, author={Michael A Lenoir and Nicolas Daudet and C Parietti and G. Humbert and Camille Ripoll and M G{\'a}llego and Ram{\'o}n Pujol and Peter Vago}, journal={Journal de la Societe de biologie}, year={2000}, volume={194 3-4}, pages={159-64} }