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Re: Most apical inner hair cell



Dear Robert and list,

The answer is "we don't know". The reason is that physiological experiments with a healthy human cochlea would not be acceptable.

So you might like to look for data from an animal that has a similar cochlear anatomy and a similar hearing range as humans. To my knowledge we do not have such data either. But maybe somebody else on this list can give a more definite answer.

Martin

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Martin Braun
Neuroscience of Music
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Robert Mannell" <robert.mannell@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 6:59 AM
Subject: Most apical inner hair cell



Dear list members

I'm working on a computational model of auditory processing of speech and wonder if anyone is aware of research/papers that examine the following question:-
What is the CF of the most apical inner hair cell in a young healthy human cochlea?


regards
Robert Mannell