Hair cell fate decisions in cochlear development and regeneration.

@article{Cotanche2010HairCF,
  title={Hair cell fate decisions in cochlear development and regeneration.},
  author={Douglas Allen Cotanche and Christina L Kaiser},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2010},
  volume={266 1-2},
  pages={18-25}
}
The discovery of avian cochlear hair cell regeneration in the late 1980s and the concurrent development of new techniques in molecular and developmental biology generated a renewed interest in understanding the genetic mechanisms that regulate hair cell development in the embryonic avian and mammalian cochlea and regeneration in the mature avian cochlea. Research from many labs has demonstrated that the development of the inner ear utilizes a complex series of genetic signals and pathways to… CONTINUE READING

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