Acoustically induced hearing loss: intracellular studies in the guinea pig cochlea.


Intracellular recordings were made from both inner and outer hair cells (IHC, OHC) in the basal coil of the guinea pig cochlea before, during and after the animal was exposed to loud, pure tones. Following multiple loud tones both types of sensory cells demonstrate a culmulative decrease in their voltage responses to a test tone. A loss in sensitivity of… (More)


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