Development of Tinnitus in CBA/CaJ Mice Following Sound Exposure

@article{Longenecker2011DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of Tinnitus in CBA/CaJ Mice Following Sound Exposure},
  author={Ryan J. Longenecker and Alexander V. Galazyuk},
  journal={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={647-658}
}
Tinnitus, the perception of a sound without an external acoustic source, is a complex perceptual phenomenon affecting the quality of life in 17% of the adult population. Despite its ubiquity and morbidity, the pathophysiology of tinnitus is a work in progress, and there is no generally accepted cure or treatment. Development of a reliable common animal model is crucial for tinnitus research and may advance this field. The goal of this study was to develop a tinnitus mouse model. Tinnitus was… CONTINUE READING

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