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L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression / Annalisa Zuccotti; Sze C. Lee; Dario Campanelli; Wibke Singer; Somisetty V. Satheesh; Tommaso Patriarchi; Hyun-Soon Geisler; Iris Köpschall; Karin Rohbock; Hans G. Nothwang; Jing Hu; Johannes W. Hell; Thomas Schimmang; Lukas Rüttiger; Marlies Knipper; Sze Chim Lee

Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience, Volume: 6

Swansea University Author: Sze Chim, Lee

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ISSN: 1662-5099
Published: 2013
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title L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
spellingShingle L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
Sze Chim, Lee
title_short L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
title_full L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
title_fullStr L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
title_full_unstemmed L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
title_sort L-type CaV1.2 deletion in the cochlea but not in the brainstem reduces noise vulnerability: implication for CaV1.2-mediated control of cochlear BDNF expression
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Sze C. Lee
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Karin Rohbock
Hans G. Nothwang
Jing Hu
Johannes W. Hell
Thomas Schimmang
Lukas Rüttiger
Marlies Knipper
Sze Chim Lee
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