Sound conditioning reduces noise-induced permanent threshold shift in mice

@article{Yoshida2000SoundCR,
  title={Sound conditioning reduces noise-induced permanent threshold shift in mice},
  author={Naohiro Yoshida and M. Charles Liberman},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={148},
  pages={213-219}
}
Effect of sound conditioning on click auditory brainstem response threshold shifts in guinea pigs
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Electrophysiological data of this study showed that sound conditioning has a protective effect against subsequent intensive noise exposure, and the frequency of conditioning does not have significant effect on ABR threshold shifts when click stimulus is used.
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Protective mechanisms of sound conditioning.
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Different sound-conditioning paradigms have been proven successful in preventing pathological changes to the auditory system and the possible biological mechanisms underlying this phenomenon are discussed.
Prior Heat Acclimation Confers Protection against Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
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Temperature acclimation provides protection against permanent noise-induced hearing loss by acclimating rats to a moderate heat stress and permanent changes in auditory function were evaluated.
Protection against Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Young CBA/J Mice by Low-Dose Kanamycin
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A powerful protective effect of sub-chronic low-dose kanamycin against NIPTS in young CBA/J mice is demonstrated, which may establish a preconditioned protective state, the molecular bases of which remain to be determined.
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