SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Ahmad S, Chen S, Sun J & Lin X (2003). Connexins 26 and 30 are co-assembled to form gap junctions in the cochlea of mice. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 307, 362368.
  • Ando M & Takeuchi S (1999). Immunological identification of an inward rectifier K+ channel (Kir4.1) in the intermediate cell (melanocyte) of the cochlear stria vascularis of gerbils and rats. Cell Tissue Res 298, 179183.
  • Ando M & Takeuchi S (2000). mRNA encoding ‘ClC-K1, a kidney Cl channel’ is expressed in marginal cells of the stria vascularis of rat cochlea: its possible contribution to Cl currents. Neurosci Lett 284, 171174.
  • Apicella S, Chen S, Bing R, Penniston JT, Llinas R & Hillman DE (1997). Plasmalemmal ATPase calcium pump localizes to inner and outer hair bundles. Neuroscience 79, 11451151.
  • Birkenhager R, Otto E, Schurmann MJ, Vollmer M, Ruf EM, Maier-Lutz I, Beekmann F, Fekete A, Omran H, Feldmann D, Milford DV, Jeck N, Konrad M, Landau D, Knoers NV, Antignac C, Sudbrak R, Kispert A & Hildebrandt F (2001). Mutation of BSND causes Bartter syndrome with sensorineural deafness and kidney failure. Nat Genet 29, 310314.
  • Bok D, Galbraith G, Lopez I, Woodruff M, Nusinowitz S, BeltrandelRio H, Huang W, Zhao S, Geske R, Montgomery C, Van Slightenhorst I, Friddle C, Platt K, Sparks MJ, Pushkin A, Abuladze N, Ishiyama A, Dukkipati R, Liu W & Kurtz I (2003). Blindness and auditory impairment caused by loss of the sodium bicarbonate cotransporter NBC3. Nat Genet 34, 313319.
  • Brookes GB (1983). Vitamin D deficiency – a new cause of cochlear deafness. J Laryngol Otol 97, 405420.
  • Casimiro MC, Knollmann BC, Ebert SN, Vary JC Jr, Greene AE, Franz MR, Grinberg A, Huang SP & Pfeifer K (2001). Targeted disruption of the Kcnq1 gene produces a mouse model of Jervell and Lange–Nielsen Syndrome. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 98, 25262531.
  • Cohen-Salmon M, Maxeiner S, Kruger O, Theis M, Willecke K & Petit C (2004). Expression of the connexin43- and connexin45-encoding genes in the developing and mature mouse inner ear. Cell Tissue Res 316, 1522.
  • Cohen-Salmon M, Ott T, Michel V, Hardelin JP, Perfettini I, Eybalin M, Wu T, Marcus DC, Wangemann P, Willecke K & Petit C (2002). Targeted ablation of connexin26 in the inner ear epithelial gap junction network causes hearing impairment and cell death. Curr Biol 12, 11061111.
  • Crouch JJ, Sakaguchi N, Lytle C & Schulte BA (1997). Immunohistochemical localization of the Na-K-Cl co-transporter (NKCC1) in the gerbil inner ear. J Histochem Cytochem 45, 773778.
  • Davis H (1953). Energy into nerve impulses: the inner ear. Adv Sci 9, 420425.
  • Del Castillo I, Moreno-Pelayo MA, Del Castillo FJ, Brownstein Z, Marlin S, Adina Q, Cockburn DJ, Pandya A, Siemering KR, Chamberlin GP, Ballana E, Wuyts W, Maciel-Guerra AT, Alvarez A, Villamar M, Shohat M, Abeliovich D, Dahl HH, Estivill X, Gasparini P, Hutchin T, Nance WE, Sartorato EL, Smith RJ, Van Camp G, Avraham KB, Petit C & Moreno F (2003). Prevalence and evolutionary origins of the del (GJB6-D13S1830) mutation in the DFNB1 locus in hearing-impaired subjects: a multicenter study. Am J Hum Genet 73, 14521458.
  • Delpire E, Lu J, England R, Dull C & Thorne T (1999). Deafness and imbalance associated with inactivation of the secretory Na-K-2Cl co-transporter. Nat Genet 22, 192195.
  • Denoyelle F, Lina-Granade G, Plauchu H, Bruzzone R, Chaib H, Levi-Acobas F, Weil D & Petit C (1998). Connexin 26 gene linked to a dominant deafness. Nature 393, 319320.
  • Dixon MJ, Gazzard J, Chaudhry SS, Sampson N, Schulte BA & Steel KP (1999). Mutation of the Na-K-Cl co-transporter gene Slc12a2 results in deafness in mice. Hum Mol Genet 8, 15791584.
  • Dou H, Finberg K, Cardell EL, Lifton R & Choo D (2003). Mice lacking the B1 subunit of H+-ATPase have normal hearing. Hear Res 180, 7684.
  • Estevez R, Boettger T, Stein V, Birkenhager R, Otto E, Hildebrandt F & Jentsch TJ (2001). Barttin is a Cl channel β-subunit crucial for renal Cl reabsorption and inner ear K+ secretion. Nature 414, 558561.
  • Everett LA, Belyantseva IA, Noben-Trauth K, Cantos R, Chen A, Thakkar SI, Hoogstraten-Miller SL, Kachar B, Wu DK & Green ED (2001). Targeted disruption of mouse Pds provides insight about the inner-ear defects encountered in Pendred syndrome. Hum Mol Genet 10, 153161.
  • Everett LA, Glaser B, Beck JC, Idol JR, Buchs A, Heyman M, Adawi F, Hazani E, Nassir E, Baxevanis AD, Sheffield VC & Green ED (1997). Pendred syndrome is caused by mutations in a putative sulphate transporter gene (PDS). Nat Genet 17, 411422.
  • Eybalin M, Norenberg MD & Renard N (1996). Glutamine synthetase and glutamate metabolism in the guinea pig cochlea. Hear Res 101, 93101.
  • Fauser C, Schimanski S & Wangemann P (2004). Localization of β1-adrenergic receptors in the cochlea and the vestibular labyrinth. J Membr Biol 201, 2532.
  • Finberg KE, Wagner CA, Bailey MA, Paunescu TG, Breton S, Brown D, Giebisch G, Geibel JP & Lifton RP (2005). The B1-subunit of the H+ ATPase is required for maximal urinary acidification. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 102, 1361613621.
  • Flagella M, Clarke LL, Miller ML, Erway LC, Giannella RA, Andringa A, Gawenis LR, Kramer J, Duffy JJ, Doetschman T, Lorenz JN, Yamoah EN, Cardell EL & Shull GE (1999). Mice lacking the basolateral Na-K-2Cl cotransporter have impaired epithelial chloride secretion and are profoundly deaf. J Biol Chem 274, 2694626955.
  • Friedmann I, Fraser GR & Froggatt P (1966). Pathology of the ear in the cardioauditory syndrome of Jervell and Lange-Nielsen (recessive deafness with electrocardiographic abnormalities). J Laryngol Otol 80, 451470.
  • Gates GA & Mills JH (2005). Presbycusis. Lancet 366, 11111120.
  • Henderson D, Bielefeld EC, Harris KC & Hu BH (2006). The role of oxidative stress in noise-induced hearing loss. Ear Hear 27, 119.
  • Hibino H, Higashi-Shingai K, Fujita A, Iwai K, Ishii M & Kurachi Y (2004). Expression of an inwardly rectifying K+ channel, Kir5.1, in specific types of fibrocytes in the cochlear lateral wall suggests its functional importance in the establishment of endocochlear potential. Eur J Neurosci 19, 7684.
  • Holt JR & Corey DP (2000). Two mechanisms for transducer adaptation in vertebrate hair cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 97, 1173011735.
  • Housley GD, Kanjhan R, Raybould NP, Greenwood D, Salih SG, Jarlebark L, Burton LD, Setz VC, Cannell MB, Soeller C, Christie DL, Usami S, Matsubara A, Yoshie H, Ryan AF & Thorne PR (1999). Expression of the P2X2 receptor subunit of the ATP-gated ion channel in the cochlea: implications for sound transduction and auditory neurotransmission. J Neurosci 19, 83778388.
  • Ikeda K, Kobayashi T, Kusakari J, Takasaka T, Yumita S & Furukawa Y (1987a). Sensorineural hearing loss associated with hypoparathyroidism. Laryngoscope 97, 10751079.
  • Ikeda K, Kusakari J & Takasaka T (1988). Ionic changes in cochlear endolymph of the guinea pig induced by acoustic injury. Hear Res 32, 103110.
  • Ikeda K, Kusakari J, Takasaka T & Saito Y (1987b). Early effects of acetazolamide on anionic activities of the guinea pig endolymph: evidence for active function of carbonic anhydrase in the cochlea. Hear Res 31, 211216.
  • Ikeda K, Kusakari J, Takasaka T & Saito Y (1987c). The Ca2+ activity of cochlear endolymph of the guinea pig and the effect of inhibitors. Hear Res 26, 117125.
  • Ikeda K & Morizono T (1988). Calcium transport mechanism in the endolymph of the chinchilla. Hear Res 34, 307311.
  • Jagger DJ & Ashmore JF (1999). The fast activating potassium current, IK,f, in guinea-pig inner hair cells is regulated by protein kinase A. Neurosci Lett 263, 145148.
  • Jahnke K (1975). The fine structure of freeze-fractured intercellular junctions in the guinea pig inner ear. Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) (Suppl.) 336, 140.
  • Johnsen T, Jorgensen MB & Johnsen S (1986). Mondini cochlea in Pendred's syndrome. A histological study. Acta Otolaryngol 102, 239247.
  • Johnstone BM, Patuzzi R, Syka J & Sykova E (1989). Stimulus-related potassium changes in the organ of Corti of guinea-pig. J Physiol 408, 7792.
  • Karet FE, Finberg KE, Nelson RD, Nayir A, Mocan H, Sanjad SA, Rodriguez-Soriano J, Santos F, Cremers CW, Di Pietro A, Hoffbrand BI, Winiarski J, Bakkaloglu A, Ozen S, Dusunsel R, Goodyer P, Hulton SA, Wu DK, Skvorak AB, Morton CC, Cunningham MJ, Jha V & Lifton RP (1999). Mutations in the gene encoding B1 subunit of H+-ATPase cause renal tubular acidosis with sensorineural deafness. Nat Genet 21, 8490.
  • Kikuchi T, Kimura RS, Paul DL & Adams JC (1995). Gap junctions in the rat cochlea: immunohistochemical and ultrastructural analysis. Anat Embryol (Berl) 191, 101118.
  • Kikuchi T, Kimura RS, Paul DL, Takasaka T & Adams JC (2000). Gap junction systems in the mammalian cochlea. Brain Res Brain Res Rev 32, 163166.
  • King M, Housley GD, Raybould NP, Greenwood D & Salih SG (1998). Expression of ATP-gated ion channels by Reissner's membrane epithelial cells. Neuroreport 9, 24672474.
  • Konishi T, Hamrick PE & Walsh PJ (1978). Ion transport in guinea pig cochlea. I. Potassium and sodium transport. Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 86, 2234.
  • Kros CJ (1996). Physiology of mammalian hair cells. In Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: the Cochlea, ed. DallosP, PopperAN & FayR, pp. 319385. Springer, New York .
  • Kusakari J, Kambayashi J, Ise I & Kawamoto K (1978). Reduction of the endocochlear potential by the new ‘loop’ diuretic, bumetanide. Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 86, 336341.
  • Lautermann J, Ten Cate WJ, Altenhoff P, Grummer R, Traub O, Frank H, Jahnke K & Winterhager E (1998). Expression of the gap-junction connexins 26 and 30 in the rat cochlea. Cell Tissue Res 294, 415420.
  • Lee JH, Chiba T & Marcus DC (2001). P2X2 receptor mediates stimulation of parasensory cation absorption by cochlear outer sulcus cells and vestibular transitional cells. J Neurosci 21, 91689174.
  • Lee JH & Marcus DC (2003). Endolymphatic sodium homeostasis by Reissner's membrane. Neuroscience 119, 38.
  • Lee MP, Ravenel JD, Hu RJ, Lustig LR, Tomaselli G, Berger RD, Brandenburg SA, Litzi TJ, Bunton TE, Limb C, Francis H, Gorelikow M, Gu H, Washington K, Argani P, Goldenring JR, Coffey RJ & Feinberg AP (2000). Targeted disruption of the Kvlqt1 gene causes deafness and gastric hyperplasia in mice. J Clin Invest 106, 14471455.
  • Letts VA, Valenzuela A, Dunbar C, Zheng QY, Johnson KR & Frankel WN (2000). A new spontaneous mouse mutation in the Kcne1 gene. Mamm Genome 11, 831835.
  • Lim DJ, Karabinas C & Trune DR (1983). Histochemical localization of carbonic anhydrase in the inner ear. Am J Otolaryngol 4, 3342.
  • Liu XZ, Xia XJ, Adams J, Chen ZY, Welch KO, Tekin M, Ouyang XM, Kristiansen A, Pandya A, Balkany T, Arnos KS & Nance WE (2001). Mutations in GJA1 (connexin 43) are associated with non-syndromic autosomal recessive deafness. Hum Mol Genet 10, 29452951.
  • Luxon LM, Cohen M, Coffey RA, Phelps PD, Britton KE, Jan H, Trembath RC & Reardon W (2003). Neuro-otological findings in Pendred syndrome. Int J Audiol 42, 8288.
  • Marcus DC & Chiba T (1999). K+ and Na+ absorption by outer sulcus epithelial cells. Hear Res 134, 4856.
  • Marcus DC, Liu J, Lee JH, Scherer EQ, Scofield MA & Wangemann P (2005). Apical membrane P2Y4 purinergic receptor controls K+ secretion by strial marginal cell epithelium. Cell Commun Signal 3, 18.
  • Marcus NY & Marcus DC (1987). Potassium secretion by nonsensory region of gerbil utricle in vitro. Am J Physiol 253, F613F621.
  • Marcus DC, Marcus NY & Greger R (1987). Sidedness of action of loop diuretics and ouabain on nonsensory cells of utricle: a micro-Ussing chamber for inner ear tissues. Hear Res 30, 5564.
  • Marcus DC, Rokugo M & Thalmann R (1985). Effects of barium and ion substitutions in artificial blood on endocochlear potential. Hear Res 17, 7986.
  • Marcus DC & Shen Z (1994). Slowly activating, voltage-dependent K+ conductance is apical pathway for K+ secretion in vestibular dark cells. Am J Physiol 267, C857C864.
  • Marcus DC, Thalmann R & Marcus NY (1978). Respiratory rate and ATP content of stria vascularis of guinea pig in vitro. Laryngoscope 88, 18251835.
  • Marcus DC, Wu T, Wangemann P & Kofuji P (2002). KCNJ10 (Kir4.1) potassium channel knockout abolishes endocochlear potential. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 282, C403C407.
  • Matsunami T, Suzuki T, Hisa Y, Takata K, Takamatsu T & Oyamada M (2006). Gap junctions mediate glucose transport between GLUT1-positive and -negative cells in the spiral limbus of the rat cochlea. Cell Commun Adhes 13, 93102.
  • McGuirt JP & Schulte BA (1994). Distribution of immunoreactive α and β subunit isoforms of Na,K-ATPase in the gerbil inner ear. J Histochem Cytochem 42, 843853.
  • Mizuta K, Adachi M & Iwasa KH (1997). Ultrastructural localization of the Na-K-Cl-cotransporter in the lateral wall of the rabbit cochlear duct. Hear Res 106, 154162.
  • Munoz DJ, Kendrick IS, Rassam M & Thorne PR (2001). Vesicular storage of adenosine triphosphate in the guinea-pig cochlear lateral wall and concentrations of ATP in the endolymph during sound exposure and hypoxia. Acta Otolaryngol 121, 1015.
  • Nie L, Gratton MA, Mu KJ, Dinglasan JN, Feng W & Yamoah EN (2005). Expression and functional phenotype of mouse ERG K+ channels in the inner ear: potential role in K+ regulation in the inner ear. J Neurosci 25, 86718679.
  • Ninoyu O & Meyer zum Gottesberge AM (1986). Changes in Ca++ activity and DC potential in experimentally induced endolymphatic hydrops. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 243, 106107.
  • Ohmori H (1985). Mechano-electrical transduction currents in isolated vestibular hair cells of the chick. J Physiol 359, 189217.
  • Okamura HO, Sugai N, Suzuki K & Ohtani I (1996). Enzyme-histochemical localization of carbonic anhydrase in the inner ear of the guinea pig and several improvements of the technique. Histochem Cell Biol 106, 425430.
  • Petit C, Levilliers J & Hardelin JP (2001). Molecular genetics of hearing loss. Annu Rev Genet 35, 589645.
  • Reardon W, OMahoney CF, Trembath R, Jan H & Phelps PD (2000). Enlarged vestibular aqueduct: a radiological marker of pendred syndrome, and mutation of the PDS gene. Q J Med 93, 99104.
  • Ricci AJ & Fettiplace R (1998). Calcium permeation of the turtle hair cell mechanotransducer channel and its relation to the composition of endolymph. J Physiol 506, 159173.
  • Rybak LP & Whitworth CA (2005). Ototoxicity: therapeutic opportunities. Drug Discov Today 10, 13131321.
  • Sage CL & Marcus DC (2001). Immunolocalization of ClC-K chloride channel in strial marginal cells and vestibular dark cells. Hear Res 160, 19.
  • Salt AN (2001). Regulation of endolymphatic fluid volume. Ann N Y Acad Sci 942, 306312.
  • Salt AN & Konishi T (1979). Effects of noise on cochlear potentials and endolymph potassium concentration recorded with potassium-selective electrodes. Hear Res 1, 343363.
  • Salt AN, Melichar I & Thalmann R (1987). Mechanisms of endocochlear potential generation by stria vascularis. Laryngoscope 97, 984991.
  • Salt AN & Ohyama K (1993). Accumulation of potassium in scala vestibuli perilymph of the mammalian cochlea. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 102, 6470.
  • Schimanski S, Scofield MA & Wangemann P (2001). Functional β2-adrenergic receptors are present in non-strial tissues of the lateral wall in the gerbil cochlea. Audiol Neurootol 6, 124136.
  • Schlingmann KP, Konrad M, Jeck N, Waldegger P, Reinalter SC, Holder M, Seyberth HW & Waldegger S (2004). Salt wasting and deafness resulting from mutations in two chloride channels. N Engl J Med 350, 13141319.
  • Schulte BA & Adams JC (1989). Distribution of immunoreactive Na+,K+-ATPase in gerbil cochlea. J Histochem Cytochem 37, 127134.
  • Schulze-Bahr E, Wang Q, Wedekind H, Haverkamp W, Chen Q, Sun Y, Rubie C, Hordt M, Towbin JA, Borggrefe M, Assmann G, Qu X, Somberg JC, Breithardt G, Oberti C & Funke H (1997). KCNE1 mutations cause jervell and Lange–Nielsen syndrome. Nat Genet 17, 267268.
  • Shen Z, Marcus DC, Sunose H, Chiba T & Wangemann P (1997). IsK channel in strial marginal cell: Voltage-dependence, ion selectivity, inhibition by 293B and sensitivity to clofilium. Audit Neurosci 3, 215230.
  • Spicer SS & Schulte BA (1991). Differentiation of inner ear fibrocytes according to their ion transport related activity. Hear Res 56, 5364.
  • Spicer SS & Schulte BA (1996). The fine structure of spiral ligament cells relates to ion return to the stria and varies with place-frequency. Hear Res 100, 80100.
  • Stankovic KM, Brown D, Alper SL & Adams JC (1997). Localization of pH regulating proteins H+ATPase and Cl/HCO3 exchanger in the guinea pig inner ear. Hear Res 114, 2134.
  • Sterkers O, Saumon G, Tran Ba Huy P, Ferrary E & Amiel C (1984). Electrochemical heterogeneity of the cochlear endolymph: effect of acetazolamide. Am J Physiol 246, F47F53.
  • Stover EH, Borthwick KJ, Bavalia C, Eady N, Fritz DM, Rungroj N, Giersch AB, Morton CC, Axon PR, Akil I, Al Sabban EA, Baguley DM, Bianca S, Bakkaloglu A, Bircan Z, Chauveau D, Clermont MJ, Guala A, Hulton SA, Kroes H, Li VG, Mir S, Mocan H, Nayir A, Ozen S, Rodriguez SJ, Sanjad SA, Tasic V, Taylor CM, Topaloglu R, Smith AN & Karet FE (2002). Novel ATP6V1B1 and ATP6V0A4 mutations in autosomal recessive distal renal tubular acidosis with new evidence for hearing loss. J Med Genet 39, 796803.
  • Street VA, McKee-Johnson JW, Fonseca RC, Tempel BL & Noben-Trauth K (1998). Mutations in a plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase gene cause deafness in deafwaddler mice. Nat Genet 19, 390394.
  • Sun J, Ahmad S, Chen S, Tang W, Zhang Y, Chen P & Lin X (2005). Cochlear gap junctions coassembled from Cx26 and 30 show faster intercellular Ca2+ signaling than homomeric counterparts. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 288, C613C623.
  • Sunose H, Liu J & Marcus DC (1997). cAMP increases K+ secretion via activation of apical IsK/KvLQT1 channels in strial marginal cells. Hear Res 114, 107116.
  • Takeuchi S & Ando M (1998a). Dye-coupling of melanocytes with endothelial cells and pericytes in the cochlea of gerbils. Cell Tissue Res 293, 271275.
  • Takeuchi S & Ando M (1998b). Inwardly rectifying K+ currents in intermediate cells in the cochlea of gerbils: a possible contribution to the endocochlear potential. Neurosci Lett 247, 175178.
  • Takeuchi S, Ando M & Kakigi A (2000). Mechanism generating endocochlear potential: role played by intermediate cells in stria vascularis. Biophys J 79, 25722582.
  • Takeuchi S & Irimajiri A (1996). Maxi-K+ channel in plasma membrane of basal cells dissociated from the stria vascularis of gerbils. Hear Res 95, 1825.
  • Tanaka Y, Asanuma A & Yanagisawa K (1980). Potentials of outer hair cells and their membrane properties in cationic environments. Hear Res 2, 431438.
  • Tanaka F, Whitworth CA & Rybak LP (2004). Round window pH manipulation alters the ototoxicity of systemic cisplatin. Hear Res 187, 4450.
  • Tang W, Zhang Y, Chang Q, Ahmad S, Dahlke I, Yi H, Chen P, Paul DL & Lin X (2006). Connexin29 is highly expressed in cochlear Schwann cells, and it is required for the normal development and function of the auditory nerve of mice. J Neurosci 26, 19911999.
  • Teubner B, Michel V, Pesch J, Lautermann J, Cohen-Salmon M, Sohl G, Jahnke K, Winterhager E, Herberhold C, Hardelin JP, Petit C & Willecke K (2003). Connexin30 (Gjb6)-deficiency causes severe hearing impairment and lack of endocochlear potential. Hum Mol Genet 12, 1321.
  • Thorne PR, Munoz DJ & Housley GD (2004). Purinergic modulation of cochlear partition resistance and its effect on the endocochlear potential in the guinea pig. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol 5, 5865.
  • Vetter DE, Mann JR, Wangemann P, Liu Z, McLaughlin KJ, Lesage F, Marcus DC, Lazdunski M, Heinemann SF & Barhanin J (1996). Inner ear defects induced by null mutation of isk gene. Neuron 17, 12511264.
  • Von Békésy G (1950). DC potentials and energy balance of the cochlear partition. J Acoust Soc Am 22, 576582.
  • Wang Z, Li H, Moss AJ, Robinson J, Zareba W, Knilans T, Bowles NE & Towbin JA (2002). Compound heterozygous mutations in KvLQT1 cause Jervell and Lange–Nielsen syndrome. Mol Genet Metab 75, 308316.
  • Wangemann P (2002). K+ cycling and the endocochlear potential. Hear Res 165, 19.
  • Wangemann P, Itza EM, Albrecht B, Wu T, Jabba SV, Maganti RJ, Lee JH, Everett LA, Wall SM, Royaux IE, Green ED & Marcus DC, (2004). Loss of KCNJ10 protein expression abolishes endocochlear potential and causes deafness in Pendred syndrome mouse model. BMC Medicine 2, 30.
  • Wangemann P, Liu J & Marcus DC (1995). Ion transport mechanisms responsible for K+ secretion and the transepithelial voltage across marginal cells of stria vascularis in vitro. Hear Res 84, 1929.
  • Wangemann P, Liu J, Shimozono M, Schimanski S & Scofield MA (2000). K+ secretion in strial marginal cells is stimulated via β1-adrenergic receptors but not via β2-adrenergic or vasopressin receptors. J Membr Biol 175, 191202.
  • Wangemann P & Marcus DC (1990). K+-induced swelling of vestibular dark cells is dependent on Na+ and Cl and inhibited by piretanide. Pflugers Arch 416, 262269.
  • Wangemann P & Schacht J (1996). Homeostasic mechanisms in the cochlea. In Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: The Cochlea, ed. DallosP, PopperAN & FayR, pp. 130185. Springer, New York .
  • Wangemann P, Shen Z & Liu J (1996). K+-induced stimulation of K+ secretion involves activation of the IsK channel in vestibular dark cells. Hear Res 100, 201210.
  • Wood JD, Muchinsky SJ, Filoteo AG, Penniston JT & Tempel BL (2004). Low endolymph calcium concentrations in deafwaddler2J mice suggest that PMCA2 contributes to endolymph calcium maintenance. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol 5, 99110.
  • Xia A, Katori Y, Oshima T, Watanabe K, Kikuchi T & Ikeda K (2001). Expression of connexin 30 in the developing mouse cochlea. Brain Res 898, 364367.
  • Xia A, Kikuchi T, Hozawa K, Katori Y & Takasaka T (1999). Expression of connexin 26 and Na,K-ATPase in the developing mouse cochlear lateral wall: functional implications. Brain Res 846, 106111.
  • Yamakawa K (1938). Über pathologische Veränderungen bei einem Menière-Kranken. J Otolaryngol Soc Jpn 44, 181182.
  • Yamauchi D, Raveendran NN, Pondugula SR, Kampalli SB, Sanneman JD, Harbidge DG & Marcus DC (2005). Vitamin D upregulates expression of ECaC1 mRNA in semicircular canal. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 331, 13531357.
  • Zelante L, Gasparini P, Estivill X, Melchionda S, D'Agruma L, Govea N, Mila M, Monica MD, Lutfi J, Shohat M, Mansfield E, Delgrosso K, Rappaport E, Surrey S & Fortina P (1997). Connexin26 mutations associated with the most common form of non-syndromic neurosensory autosomal recessive deafness (DFNB1) in Mediterraneans. Hum Mol Genet 6, 16051609.
  • Zhang Y, Tang W, Ahmad S, Sipp JA, Chen P & Lin X (2005). Gap junction-mediated intercellular biochemical coupling in cochlear supporting cells is required for normal cochlear functions. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 102, 1520115206.
  • Zhao HB (2005). Connexin26 is responsible for anionic molecule permeability in the cochlea for intercellular signalling and metabolic communications. Eur J Neurosci 21, 18591868.
  • Zhao HB, Yu N & Fleming CR (2005). Gap junctional hemichannel-mediated ATP release and hearing controls in the inner ear. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 102, 1872418729.
  • Zidanic M & Brownell WE (1990). Fine structure of the intracochlear potential field. I. The silent current. Biophys J 57, 12531268.