Editorial: Sensory Hair Cell Death and Regeneration

@inproceedings{Smith2016EditorialSH,
  title={Editorial: Sensory Hair Cell Death and Regeneration},
  author={Michael W. Smith and Andrew K Groves and Allison B Coffin},
  booktitle={Front. Cell. Neurosci.},
  year={2016}
}
Sensory hair cells are specializedmechanosensory receptors found in vertebrate auditory, vestibular and lateral line organs that transduce vibratory and acoustic stimuli into the sensations of hearing and balance. Sensorineural hearing loss typically occurs when hair cells are damaged from infection, noise exposure, drugs (called ototoxins), and age-related decline. Unfortunately, as hair cell regeneration does not occur to any significant extent in mammals, damage to these cells in humans… CONTINUE READING
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