Contralateral Suppression of DPOAEs in Mice after Ouabain Treatment

@inproceedings{Li2018ContralateralSO,
  title={Contralateral Suppression of DPOAEs in Mice after Ouabain Treatment},
  author={Jieying Li and Yan Chen and Shan Zeng and Chuijin Lai and Yanping Zhang and Liting Zhang and Yuxuan Shi and Tianyu Zhang and Huawei Li and Peidong Dai},
  booktitle={Neural plasticity},
  year={2018}
}
Medial olivocochlear (MOC) efferent feedback is suggested to protect the ear from acoustic injury and to increase its ability to discriminate sounds against a noisy background. We investigated whether type II spiral ganglion neurons participate in the contralateral suppression of the MOC reflex. The application of ouabain to the round window of the mouse cochlea selectively induced the apoptosis of the type I spiral ganglion neurons, left the peripherin-immunopositive type II spiral ganglion… CONTINUE READING

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