Dorsal cochlear nucleus response properties following acoustic trauma: response maps and spontaneous activity.

@article{Ma2006DorsalCN,
  title={Dorsal cochlear nucleus response properties following acoustic trauma: response maps and spontaneous activity.},
  author={Wei-Li Diana Ma and Eric D Young},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2006},
  volume={216-217},
  pages={176-88}
}
Recordings from single neurons in the dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN) of unanesthetized (decerebrate) cats were done to characterize the effects of acoustic trauma. Trauma was produced by a 250 Hz band of noise centered at 10 kHz, presented at 105-120 dB SPL for 4h. After a one-month recovery period, neurons were recorded in the DCN. The threshold shift, determined from compound action-potential audiograms, showed a sharp threshold elevation of about 60 dB at BFs above an edge frequency of 5-10… CONTINUE READING
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