Estrogen receptors alpha and beta in the inner ear of the 'Turner mouse' and an estrogen receptor beta knockout mouse.

@article{Stenberg2002EstrogenRA,
  title={Estrogen receptors alpha and beta in the inner ear of the 'Turner mouse' and an estrogen receptor beta knockout mouse.},
  author={Annika Elmqvist Stenberg and Huali Wang and Lena Sahlin and Pontus Stierna and Eva Enmark and Malou Hultcrantz},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2002},
  volume={166 1-2},
  pages={
          1-8
        }
}
Estrogen receptors have earlier been shown in the normal mouse, rat and human inner ear. If estrogens are important in normal hearing and development of presbyacusis in the normal population is not known. However it is known that patients with Turner syndrome, where a lack of estrogens is one of the main characteristics, commonly develop an early presbyacusis. A 'Turner mouse' has been developed, as a model for the ear problems in Turner syndrome, and it shows otitis media and a premature aging… CONTINUE READING

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