Sodium Localization in the Spiral Organ during Relative Quiet and after Exposure to Sound

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USING the electron microscope and the technique of Komnick1, we have studied localization of sodium in the spiral organ during relative quiet (five animals) and after exposure to sound (five animals).

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VINNIKOV, Y., KOICHEV, K. Sodium Localization in the Spiral Organ during Relative Quiet and after Exposure to Sound. Nature 223, 641–642 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1038/223641a0

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