Auditory middle latency responses in the guinea pig.

Abstract

Auditory middle latency responses (latencies 6 to 50 msec in guinea pigs) were recorded from eight awake, restrained guinea pigs. Before recording, screw electrodes were implanted in the skull in a coronal plane in line with the bregma. Another electrode, which served to monitor auditory brainstem responses, was placed 1 cm posterior to the bregma. All… (More)

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@article{McGee1983AuditoryML, title={Auditory middle latency responses in the guinea pig.}, author={Therese J. McGee and Ozlem Ozdamar and Nina Kraus}, journal={American journal of otolaryngology}, year={1983}, volume={4 2}, pages={116-22} }