The changing microtubule arrangements in developing hair cells of the chick cochlea.


It has been suggested that microtubules in auditory hair cells might be involved in directing the morphological and hence functional polarisation of the sensory hair bundles. The distribution of microtubules was studied in hair cells of the chick cochlea, during the developmental stages when the stereocilia and cuticular plate were being formed. Cochleae… (More)


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