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    • A comparison of vestibular and auditory phenotypes in inbred mouse strains 

      Jones, Sherri M.; Jones, Timothy A.; Johnson, Kenneth R.; Yu, Heping; Erway, Lawrence C.; Zheng, Qing Y. (East Carolina University, 2006-05-26)
      The purposes of this research were to quantify gravity receptor function in inbred mouse strains and compare vestibular and auditory function for strain- and age-matched animals. Vestibular evoked potentials (VsEPs) were ...
    • Generators of mammalian vestibular surface responses to head motion 

      Gaines, Gary Christopher (East Carolina University, 2012)
      The linear vestibular sensory evoked potential (VsEP) is thought to be the compound electrical response of peripheral macular neurons and central neural relays, and as such used to directly assess macular function. The ...
    • Structural aging of the utricular macula in mice 

      Pierce, Jessica (East Carolina University, 2012)
      CBA/CaJ is a mouse strain that has no known genetic mutations affecting the inner ear, thereby serving as a control model for auditory and vestibular aging. C57BL/6J and CE/J mouse strains carry the genetic mutation ...
    • Vestibular function following blast injury 

      Mills, Kristal N. (East Carolina University, 2011)
      To date, the war on terror has produced over 30,000 wounded military personnel with a large proportions of injuries attributed to blasts. Dizziness and imbalance are common complaints among the blast-injured population. ...