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Development of the Inner Ear: a Molecular, Cellular and Evolutionary Approach to Understanding the Development of the Inner Ear with an Emphasis on the Roles of Fgf10 and Foxgl
(Creighton University, 2006)
(First paragraph) Hearing loss is a condition affecting people of all ages and can be categorized as either conductive or sensorineural. Conductive hearing loss is caused by pathology of the middle ear and will not be ...
Fibroblast Growth Factor Expression in Inner Correlates with Defects in the Null Mutant
(Creighton University, 2001-07-01)
The inner ear is a multifunctional organ required for hearing, balance, and proprioception of the head. Each area of sensory cells in the ear must develop to be perfectly situated to receive specific stimulation. Formally, ...