Cochlear pathology of the circling mouse: a new mouse model of DFNB6.

@article{Chung2007CochlearPO,
  title={Cochlear pathology of the circling mouse: a new mouse model of DFNB6.},
  author={Won-Ho Chung and Ki Ryung Kim and Yang-Sun Cho and Do-Yeon Cho and Ji Hwan Woo and Zae Young Ryoo and Kyoung In Cho and Sung Hwa Hong},
  journal={Acta oto-laryngologica},
  year={2007},
  volume={127 3},
  pages={244-51}
}
CONCLUSION The circling mouse (cir/cir) has phenotypes which follow the pattern of neuroepithelial defects of deafness from 10 days after birth. The cir mouse is defective in Tmie gene, the function of which should be further elucidated. OBJECTIVES We previously reported a recessive mutation of deafness called circling mice (cir/cir). The present study focused on investigating phenotypes and histological findings of the cochlea in circling mice with respect to age. MATERIALS AND METHODS In… CONTINUE READING

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