Immortalized cell lines from embryonic avian and murine otocysts: tools for molecular studies of the developing inner ear.

@article{Barald1997ImmortalizedCL,
  title={Immortalized cell lines from embryonic avian and murine otocysts: tools for molecular studies of the developing inner ear.},
  author={Kate F. Barald and K. A. H. Lindberg and Kirsten Hardiman and A. I. Kavka and Jason E Lewis and John C Victor and C A Gardner and A Poniatowski},
  journal={International journal of developmental neuroscience : the official journal of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience},
  year={1997},
  volume={15 4-5},
  pages={523-40}
}
Recently, our studies have focused on genes expressed at the earliest stages of inner ear development. Our aim is to identify and characterize genes that are involved in determining the axes of the semicircular canals, in otic crest delamination and in early innervation of the inner ear. Many elegant studies of auditory development have been done in animal models. However, the need for large amounts of well-characterized embryonic material for molecular studies makes the development of otocyst… CONTINUE READING

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