Bernd Sokolowski, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Otolaryngology University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, United States 
Area:
hair cell physiology, molecular biology
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Sokolowski BHA. (2014) Sensory Systems Reference Module in Biomedical Research
Sokolowski BHA. (2014) Hearing Reference Module in Biomedical Research
Gabashvili IS, Sokolowski BH, Morton CC, et al. (2007) Ion channel gene expression in the inner ear. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro. 8: 305-28
Duzhyy DE, Sakai Y, Sokolowski BH. (2004) Cloning and developmental expression of Shaker potassium channels in the cochlea of the chicken. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 121: 70-85
Rajeevan MS, Hu S, Sakai Y, et al. (1999) Cloning and expression of Shaker alpha- and beta-subunits during inner ear development. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 66: 83-93
Sokolowski BH, Csus J, Hafez OI, et al. (1999) Neurotrophic factors modulate hair cells and their potassium currents in chick otocyst explants. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 11: 682-90
Sokolowski BH, Cunningham AM. (1999) Patterns of synaptophysin expression during development of the inner ear in the chick. Journal of Neurobiology. 38: 46-64
Sokolowski BHA, Csus J, Hafez OI, et al. (1999) Corrigendum: Neurotrophic factors modulate hair cells and their potassium currents in chick otocyst explants (European Journal of Neuroscience (1999) 11 (682-690)) European Journal of Neuroscience. 11: 1847
Sokolowski BH. (1997) Quantitative analysis of long-term survival and neuritogenesis in vitro: cochleovestibular ganglion of the chick embryo in BDNF, NT-3, NT-4/5, and insulin. Experimental Neurology. 145: 1-15
Sokolowski BH, Cunningham AM. (1996) Sensory cells of the chick cochlea express synaptophysin. Neuroscience Letters. 216: 89-92
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