Acute and Chronic Effects of Unilateral Elimination of Auditory Nerve Activity on Susceptibility to Temporary Deafness Induced by Loud Sound in the Guinea Pig

C-J. Anderson, Donald Robertson

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication11th National Conference and Workshops
    PublisherThe Australian Jountal of Audiology
    Pages32
    Volume15, Number 2, Supplement April
    Publication statusPublished - 1994
    EventAcute and Chronic Effects of Unilateral Elimination of Auditory Nerve Activity on Susceptibility to Temporary Deafness Induced by Loud Sound in the Guinea Pig -
    Duration: 1 Jan 1994 → …

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    ConferenceAcute and Chronic Effects of Unilateral Elimination of Auditory Nerve Activity on Susceptibility to Temporary Deafness Induced by Loud Sound in the Guinea Pig
    Period1/01/94 → …

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    Anderson, C-J., & Robertson, D. (1994). Acute and Chronic Effects of Unilateral Elimination of Auditory Nerve Activity on Susceptibility to Temporary Deafness Induced by Loud Sound in the Guinea Pig. In 11th National Conference and Workshops (Vol. 15, Number 2, Supplement April, pp. 32). The Australian Jountal of Audiology.