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Protein Spring Helps Our Brain Recognize Sound

News   Mar 04, 2019 | Original Press Release from the Biophysical Society

 
Protein Spring Helps Our Brain Recognize Sound

Scanning electron microscope image of the hair bundles of inner and outer hair cells from the mouse cochlea. The white filaments are the individual hairs of the bundles, which are connected by tip links. Credit: courtesy of Tobias Bartsch.

 
 
 

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