Data Sources

Scientific Paper 

Grillet, N., et al. Mutations in LOXHD1, an Evolutionarily Conserved Stereociliary Protein, Disrupt Hair Cell Function in Mice and Cause Progressive Hearing Loss in Humans American Journal of Human Genetics (September 3, 2009)


  • Ear model (Courtesy of Turbosquid)
  • Cochlear cells SEM images (Courtesy of Müller Lab, Scripps Research Institute)
  • Photograph of Heather Elledge and Martin Schwander in the Müller Lab (Scripps Research Institute
  • Photograph of Stuart Webb (L), Ulrich Müller (C), and Martin Schander (R) in the Müller Lab. The computer shows an image of hair cells in the cochlea visualized using a fluorescence microscope. (Scripps Research Institute)

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