Phase-locked spiking of inner ear hair cells and the driven noisy Adler equation.

@article{Shlomovitz2014PhaselockedSO,
  title={Phase-locked spiking of inner ear hair cells and the driven noisy Adler equation.},
  author={Roie Shlomovitz and Yuttana Roongthumskul and Seung Keun Ji and Dolores Bozovic and Robijn F. Bruinsma},
  journal={Interface focus},
  year={2014},
  volume={4 6},
  pages={20140022}
}
The inner ear constitutes a remarkably sensitive mechanical detector. This detection occurs in a noisy and highly viscous environment, as the sensory cells-the hair cells-are immersed in a fluid-filled compartment and operate at room or higher temperatures. We model the active motility of hair cell bundles of the vestibular system with the Adler equation… CONTINUE READING