Hair cell development: commitment through differentiation.

@article{Kelley2006HairCD,
  title={Hair cell development: commitment through differentiation.},
  author={Matthew William Kelley},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2006},
  volume={1091 1},
  pages={172-85}
}
The perceptions of sound, balance and acceleration are mediated through the vibration of stereociliary bundles located on the lumenal surfaces of mechanosensory hair cells located within the inner ear. In mammals, virtually all hair cells are generated during a relatively brief period in embryogenesis with any subsequent hair cell loss leading to a progressive and permanent loss of sensitivity. In light of the importance of these cells, considerable effort has been focused on understanding the… CONTINUE READING

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