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Functional, Morphological and Molecular Changes Reveal the Mechanisms Associated with Age-Related Vestibular Loss

Hyperacusis is associated with smaller gray matter volumes in the supplementary motor area

A Combined Image- and Coordinate-Based Meta-Analysis of Whole-Brain Voxel-Based Morphometry Studies Investigating Subjective Tinnitus

Age-related High-frequency Hearing Loss Is Not Associated With Horizontal Semicircular Canal Function

Nothing compares 2U: Using the naked mole-rat as a comparative model in auditory neuroscience

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

Transcriptome-Guided Identification of Drugs for Repurposing to Treat Age-Related Hearing Loss

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

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

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

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Herrie kan de zinkhuishouding ontregelen en zo gehoorschade veroorzaken

Fascinatie voor serotonine

Naked Mole Rat Colonies Have Their Own Unique Dialects

“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

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