cochlear wave travel time (Pawel Kusmierek )

Subject: cochlear wave travel time
From:    Pawel Kusmierek  <pawel.kusmierek@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 23 Jul 2008 12:03:19 -0400

Dear list, would you kindly suggest references on cochlear travel time that would allow me to find out when the high-frequency-induced signal becomes available for the nervous system in comparison to low-frequency-induced signal? Data from rhesus cochlea would suit me best, but any other animal that can be reasonably assumed to be similar the monkey in this respect would be good for me too. Thank you, Pawel -- Pawel Kusmierek PhD Department of Physiology and Biophysics Georgetown University Medical Center The Research Building WP23 3970 Reservoir Road NW Washington, DC 20007 phone: +1 202 687-8851 or 8028, fax: +1 202 687-0617

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