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Publications

Douglas A. Cotanche, PhD
Christina L. Kaiser, PhD

 

Douglas A. Cotanche, PhD

  1. Ryals, BM, JI Matsui and DA Cotanche. Regeneration of hair cells. In: C.M. Campbell, ed. Pharmacology and Ototoxicity for Audiologists, Clifton Park, NJ:Thomson Delmar Learning; 2007; pp. 301-319.
  2. Duncan, LJ, , DA Mangiardi, JI Matsui, JK Anderson, K McLaughlin-Williamson and DA Cotanche. Differential expression of unconventional myosins in apoptotic and regenerating chick hair cells confirms two regeneration mechanisms. JCN 2006, 499:691-701.
  3. Parker, MA, DA Corliss, B Gray, JK Anderson, RP Bobbin, EY Snyder, DA Cotanche. Neural stem cells injected into the sound-damaged cochlea migrate throughout the cochlea and express markers of hair cells, supporting cells, and spiral ganglion cells . Hearing Res 2007, 232:29-43.
  4. Stone, J.S. and D.A. Cotanche. Hair Cell Regeneration in the Avian Auditory Epithelium. Special Issue on Ear Development, International Journal of Developmental Biology. 2007, 51:633-647.
  5. Spencer NJ, DA Cotanche and CM Klapperich. Peptide and collagen based hydrogel substrates for in vitro culture of chick cochleae . Biomaterials 2008, 28:1028-1042.
  6. Cotanche, D.A. Regeneration in the cochlea. In: P. Fuchs, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science: The Ear, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press; 2008, in press.
  7. Cotanche, D.A. Genetic and pharmacological intervention for treatment/prevention of hearing loss. J. Communication Disorders 2008, 4 1:421-43 .
  8. Kaiser CL, BJ Chapman, JL Guidi, CE Terry, DA Mangiardi, and DA Cotanche Comparison of activated caspase detection methods in the chick cochlea following in vivo gentamicin treatment. Hearing Research 240:1-11, 2008 .

 

Christina L. Kaiser, PhD

  1. Kaiser, CL, Girod, DA, Durham, D. Breed-dependent susceptibility to acute sound exposure in young chickens. Hearing Res., 2005; 203:101-111.
  2. Kaiser CL, BJ Chapman, JL Guidi, CE Terry, DA Mangiardi, and DA Cotanche Comparison of activated caspase detection methods in the chick cochlea following in vivo gentamicin treatment. Hearing Research 2008; 240:1-11.
  3. Kaiser, CL, Girod, DA, Durham, D. Effects of acute noise damage on oxidative metabolism in the chick cochlear nucleus. Brain Res., 2005, in revision.
  4. Kaiser, CL, Girod, DA, Durham, D. Breed differences in apoptotic death and mitotic replacement of cochlear hair cells in young chickens following acute sound exposure. J. Comp. Neurol. 2006, in preparation.
  5. Chapman BJ, CL Kaiser and DA Cotanche. Widespread transient Math1 up-regulation in supporting cells of the gentamicin-treated chick cochlea indicates that Math1 expression is not a commitment to hair cell fate. In preparation.

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