Aldosterone and prednisolone control of cochlear function in MRL/MpJ-Fas(lpr) autoimmune mice.

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Recently this laboratory showed aldosterone, a mineralocorticoid that only enhances sodium transport, was as effective as the glucocorticoid prednisolone in restoring cochlear function in autoimmune mice. To further test this relationship between sodium transport and autoimmune hearing loss, dosage comparisons were made of prednisolone and aldosterone… (More)

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@article{Trune2001AldosteroneAP, title={Aldosterone and prednisolone control of cochlear function in MRL/MpJ-Fas(lpr) autoimmune mice.}, author={Dennis R. Trune and J. G. Hodgson J. C. Hughes L. D. Humphrey B. Huntley L. Jerling P. Juhasz - Nagy P. A. Keddy R. A. Kempton}, journal={Hearing research}, year={2001}, volume={155 1-2}, pages={9-20} }