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A retrospective cross-sectional study on tinnitus prevalence and disease associations in the Dutch population-based cohort Lifelines

Age-Related Changes in the Cochlea and Vestibule: Shared Patterns and Processes

Assessment of cochlear toxicity in response to chronic 3,3 '-iminodipropionitrile in mice reveals early and reversible functional loss that precedes overt histopathology

Hearing and Vocalizations in the Naked Mole-Rat

The naked truth: a comprehensive clarification and classification of current 'myths' in naked mole-rat biology

Auditory Afferents: Sound Encoding in the Cochlea

Functional, Morphological, and Evolutionary Characterization of Hearing in Subterranean, Eusocial African Mole-Rats

Regulation of auditory plasticity during critical periods and following hearing loss

Volume gradients in inner hair cell-auditory nerve fiber pre- and postsynaptic proteins differ across mouse strains

Altered cochlear innervation in developing and mature naked and Damaraland mole rats

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“Naked mole rats are nearly deaf because their ears can’t amplify sound”

“Partial deafness helps African naked mole-rats hear at all”

“Hearing loss in naked mole-rats is an advantage, not a challenge”

Time for a new approach to hearing loss

Zpannend Zernike: backstage in the wondrous world of science and technology

Knowledge is King! in the Harmonie square

Research Minute Young Academy Groningen: Sonja Pyott

Press Release concerning the TIN-ACT Marie Curie grant

“A Balancing Act Before the Onset of Hearing”

Rosalind Franklin Fellow: Sonja Pyott

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