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Academic Article Rac/Rho pathway regulates actin depolymerization induced by aminoglycoside antibiotics.
Academic Article Kanamycin alters cytoplasmic and nuclear phosphoinositide signaling in the organ of Corti in vivo.
Academic Article Oxidative imbalance in the aging inner ear.
Academic Article Activation of cell death pathways in the inner ear of the aging CBA/J mouse.
Academic Article PTEN attenuates PIP3/Akt signaling in the cochlea of the aging CBA/J mouse.
Academic Article Age-related changes in expression of CTL2/SLC44A2 and its isoforms in the mouse inner ear.
Academic Article Traumatic noise activates Rho-family GTPases through transient cellular energy depletion.
Academic Article Tanshinone (Salviae miltiorrhizae extract) preparations attenuate aminoglycoside-induced free radical formation in vitro and ototoxicity in vivo.
Academic Article Elevation of superoxide dismutase increases acoustic trauma from noise exposure.
Academic Article NF-kappaB pathway protects cochlear hair cells from aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity.
Academic Article Age-related auditory pathology in the CBA/J mouse.
Academic Article Aminoglycoside-induced histone deacetylation and hair cell death in the mouse cochlea.
Academic Article Antioxidant-enriched diet does not delay the progression of age-related hearing loss.
Academic Article Intra-tympanic delivery of short interfering RNA into the adult mouse cochlea.
Academic Article Mitochondrial peroxiredoxin 3 regulates sensory cell survival in the cochlea.
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Concept Mice, Inbred C57BL
Academic Article Noise-induced cochlear F-actin depolymerization is mediated via ROCK2/p-ERM signaling.
Academic Article Increased Sensitivity to Noise-Induced Hearing Loss by Blockade of Endogenous PI3K/Akt Signaling.
Academic Article Inhibitors of Histone Deacetylases Attenuate Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.
Academic Article Noise-Induced Loss of Hair Cells and Cochlear Synaptopathy Are Mediated by the Activation of AMPK.
Academic Article Inhibition of Histone Methyltransferase G9a Attenuates Noise-Induced Cochlear Synaptopathy and Hearing Loss.
Academic Article Noise-induced loss of sensory hair cells is mediated by ROS/AMPKa pathway.
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