On the Origin of Interspecific Differences in Auditory Susceptibility
Noise-induced hearing losses have been widely studied over the past decades. But the different animal species and experimental conditions used rarely allowed interspecific correlations or extrapolation of the results to the human species.
KeywordsHair Cell Noise Exposure Basilar Membrane Interspecific Difference Threshold Shift
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