Hair Cell Micromechanics and Otoacoustic Emission
Hair Cell Micromechanics and Otoacoustic Emissions is the seventh volume honoring the annual Kresge-Mirmelstein Award winner for excellence in hearing research. The seventh winner, Dr. Peter Dallos, was chosen for his significant contribution to audiology research by his cloning of Prestin, a gene that contributes to cellular motility. This product contains a collection of eight cutting-edge scientific research papers written by prominent experts on hair cell mircomechanics and otoacoustic emissions that represents the best, most current thinking in audiology research.
- Mixed media product | 176 pages
- 160 x 237.2 x 16.8mm | 439.99g
- 01 Jun 2002
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Delmar Cengage Learning
- Clifton Park, United States