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📙 Hair Cell Micromechanics & Hearing (Singular Audiology Text.) by Charles I Berlin, Richard P. Bobbin — free pdf


This is the sixth book in the Kresge - Mirmelstein Award Series. Each book in the series is comprised of the proceedings from this annual symposium held to honor the work of an outstanding auditory scientist. This volume honors the work of Dr. David Corey for his discoveries on hair cell micromechanics. Other contributors include leading auditory scientists and represent a synthesis of the latest information and thinking on hair cells and their auditory function.

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