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1. Maoileidigh DO, Hudspeth AJ   Effects of cochlear loading on the motility of active outer hair cells   PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2013 APR 2; 110(14):5474-5479 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

2. Fisher JAN, Nin F, Reichenbach T, Uthaiah RC, Hudspeth AJ   The Spatial Pattern of Cochlear Amplification   NEURON 2012 DEC 6; 76(5):989-997 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

3. Nin F, Reichenbach T, Fisher JAN, Hudspeth AJ   Contribution of active hair-bundle motility to nonlinear amplification in the mammalian cochlea   PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2012 DEC 18; 109(51):21076-21080 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

4. Reichenbach T, Hudspeth AJ   Frequency decoding of periodically timed action potentials through distinct activity patterns in a random neural network   NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS 2012 NOV 20; 14(?):? Article 113022 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

5. Reichenbach T, Hudspeth AJ   Discrimination of Low-Frequency Tones Employs Temporal Fine Structure   PLOS ONE 2012 SEP 19; 7(9):? Article e45579 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

6. Patel SH, Salvi JD, Maoileidigh DO, Hudspeth AJ   Frequency-Selective Exocytosis by Ribbon Synapses of Hair Cells in the Bullfrog's Amphibian Papilla   JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 2012 SEP 26; 32(39):13433-13438 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

7. Andor-Ardo D, Keen EC, Hudspeth AJ, Magnasco MO   Fast, Automated Implementation of Temporally Precise Blind Deconvolution of Multiphasic Excitatory Postsynaptic Currents   PLOS ONE 2012 JUN 26; 7(6):? Article e38198 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

8. Reichenbach T, Stefanovic A, Nin F, Hudspeth AJ   Waves on Reissner's Membrane: A Mechanism for the Propagation of Otoacoustic Emissions from the Cochlea   CELL REPORTS 2012 APR; 1(4):374-384 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

9. Mirkovic Ivana, Pylawka Serhiy, Hudspeth A J   Rearrangements between differentiating hair cells coordinate planar polarity and the establishment of mirror symmetry in lateral-line neuromasts.   Biology open 2012 2012-May-15; 1(5):498-505 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

10. Kozlov AS, Andor-Ardo D, Hudspeth AJ   Anomalous Brownian motion discloses viscoelasticity in the ear's mechanoelectrical-transduction apparatus. PMID 22328158   PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2012 FEB 21;109(8):2896-2901 PMID/PMCID

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