Some Comparative Aspects of a Cochlear Mechanism
Today I am very honored to be given this opportunity to talk about our recent studies of some comparative aspects of cochlear mechanism at this symposium.
KeywordsHair Cell Divalent Cation Monovalent Cation Softness Parameter Soft Acid
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