DOI: 10.1121/1.1981845
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TTS Accompanied by Sustained Reduction of AP Amplitudes in Noise-Exposed Guinea Pigs

Abstract: Guinea pigs were fitted with permanent recording macroelectrodes having tips located in the auditory-nerve-cochlear-nucleus region. After recording detection levels and input-output functions for clicks or pure-tone bursts under waking conditions using computer-averaging techniques, the animals were exposed to 115 dB SPL of broad-band noise for 1 h. Postnoise measurements were made within the hour following exposure and for at least four weeks thereafter. VDLs shifted for clicks and midfrequency tonal stimuli,… Show more

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