Daniel J. Brown

University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
Auditory physiology, Ménière's disease
"Daniel Brown"
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Curthoys IS, Grant JW, Pastras CJ, et al. (2019) A review of mechanical and synaptic processes in otolith transduction of sound and vibration for clinical VEMP testing. Journal of Neurophysiology
Pastras CJ, Curthoys IS, Brown DJ. (2018) Dynamic response to sound and vibration of the guinea pig utricular macula, measured in vivo using Laser Doppler Vibrometry. Hearing Research
Curthoys IS, Grant JW, Burgess AM, et al. (2018) Otolithic Receptor Mechanisms for Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potentials: A Review. Frontiers in Neurology. 9: 366
Pastras CJ, Curthoys IS, Sokolic L, et al. (2018) Suppression of the vestibular short-latency evoked potential by electrical stimulation of the central vestibular system. Hearing Research. 361: 23-35
Pastras CJ, Curthoys IS, Brown DJ. (2017) In vivo recording of the vestibular microphonic in mammals. Hearing Research. 354: 38-47
King EB, Shepherd RK, Brown DJ, et al. (2017) Gentamicin Applied to the Oval Window Suppresses Vestibular Function in Guinea Pigs. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro
Brown DJ, Mukherjee P, Pastras C, et al. (2016) Sensitivity of the cochlear nerve to acoustic and electrical stimulation months after a vestibular labyrinthectomy in guinea pigs. Hearing Research
Brown DJ, Chihara Y, Wang Y. (2013) Changes in utricular function during artificial endolymph injections in guinea pigs. Hearing Research. 304: 70-6
Chihara Y, Wang V, Brown DJ. (2013) Evidence for the utricular origin of the vestibular short-latency-evoked potential (VsEP) to bone-conducted vibration in guinea pig. Experimental Brain Research. 229: 157-70
Brown DJ, Chihara Y, Curthoys IS, et al. (2013) Changes in cochlear function during acute endolymphatic hydrops development in guinea pigs. Hearing Research. 296: 96-106
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