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Zhang J, Wang Q, Abdul-Aziz D, et al. (2018) ERBB2 signaling drives supporting cell proliferation in vitro and apparent supernumerary hair cell formation in vivo in the neonatal mouse cochlea. The European Journal of Neuroscience
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Hu L, Lu J, Chiang H, et al. (2016) Diphtheria Toxin-Induced Cell Death Triggers Wnt-Dependent Hair Cell Regeneration in Neonatal Mice. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 9479-89
Cheng YF, Tong M, Edge AS. (2016) Destabilization of Atoh1 by E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Huwe1 and Casein Kinase 1 Is Essential for Normal Sensory Hair Cell Development. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Geng R, Noda T, Mulvaney JF, et al. (2016) Comprehensive Expression of Wnt Signaling Pathway Genes during Development and Maturation of the Mouse Cochlea. Plos One. 11: e0148339
Chambers AR, Resnik J, Yuan Y, et al. (2016) Central Gain Restores Auditory Processing following Near-Complete Cochlear Denervation. Neuron
Fujioka M, Okano H, Edge AS. (2015) Manipulating cell fate in the cochlea: a feasible therapy for hearing loss. Trends in Neurosciences. 38: 139-44
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