Data from: A mouse model of cochlear implantation with chronic electric stimulation

Alexander D. Claussen, René Vielman Qeuvedo, Brian Mostaert, Jonathon R. Kirk, Wolfram F. Dueck & Marlan R. Hansen
Objectives: Cochlear implants provide an effective treatment option for those with severe hearing loss, including those with preserved low frequency hearing. However, certain issues can reduce implant efficacy including intracochlear tissue response and delayed loss of residual acoustic hearing. We describe a mouse model of cochlear implantation with chronic electric stimulation that can be used to study cochlear implant biology and related pathologies. Methods: Twelve normal hearing adult CBA/J mice underwent unilateral cochlear implantation and...
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