Making sense out of sound

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Figure 1: Diagram of the human ear, including cross sections of the cochlea showing three outer hair cells and one inner hair cell in the organ of Corti.
Figure 2: Cytogenetic locations of genes for syndromic and nonsyndromic hearing loss illustrated on a human male karyotype.

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