Ben Kopecky

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University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
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Tang J, Qian Y, Li H, et al. (2015) Canertinib induces ototoxicity in three preclinical models. Hearing Research. 328: 59-66
Kopecky BJ, Liang R, Bao J. (2014) T-type calcium channel blockers as neuroprotective agents. PflüGers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 466: 757-65
Fritzsch B, Kopecky BJ, Duncan JS. (2014) Development of the Mammalian 'Vestibular' System: Evolution of Form to Detect Angular and Gravity Acceleration Development of Auditory and Vestibular Systems: Fourth Edition. 339-367
Fritzsch B, Pan N, Jahan I, et al. (2013) Evolution and development of the tetrapod auditory system: an organ of Corti-centric perspective. Evolution & Development. 15: 63-79
Kopecky BJ, Jahan I, Fritzsch B. (2013) Correct timing of proliferation and differentiation is necessary for normal inner ear development and auditory hair cell viability. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 242: 132-47
Kopecky B, Fritzsch B. (2012) The myc road to hearing restoration. Cells. 1: 667-98
Kopecky BJ, Duncan JS, Elliott KL, et al. (2012) Three-dimensional reconstructions from optical sections of thick mouse inner ears using confocal microscopy. Journal of Microscopy. 248: 292-8
Kopecky BJ, Decook R, Fritzsch B. (2012) N-Myc and L-Myc are essential for hair cell formation but not maintenance. Brain Research. 1484: 1-14
Pan N, Kopecky B, Jahan I, et al. (2012) Understanding the evolution and development of neurosensory transcription factors of the ear to enhance therapeutic translation. Cell and Tissue Research. 349: 415-32
Kopecky B, Decook R, Fritzsch B. (2012) Mutational ataxia resulting from abnormal vestibular acquisition and processing is partially compensated for. Behavioral Neuroscience. 126: 301-13
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