Ann CY Wong, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
UNSW, Sydney, Australia 
Area:
neuroscience, cell biology, auditory biology, hearing research, cell physiology, protein function, biochemistry
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Jongkamonwiwat N, Ramirez MA, Edassery S, et al. (2020) Noise Exposures Causing Hearing Loss Generate Proteotoxic Stress and Activate the Proteostasis Network. Cell Reports. 33: 108431
Wang D, Li J, Wong ACY, et al. (2018) A colorimetric assay to rapidly determine the activities of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases. Biotechnology For Biofuels. 11: 215
Hickox AE, Wong AC, Pak K, et al. (2016) Global Analysis of Protein Expression of Inner Ear Hair Cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Kurabi A, Keithley EM, Housley GD, et al. (2016) Cellular mechanisms of noise-induced hearing loss. Hearing Research
Froud KE, Wong AC, Cederholm JM, et al. (2015) Type II spiral ganglion afferent neurons drive medial olivocochlear reflex suppression of the cochlear amplifier. Nature Communications. 6: 7115
Wong AC, Ryan AF. (2015) Mechanisms of sensorineural cell damage, death and survival in the cochlea. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 7: 58
Canales CP, Wong AC, Gunning PW, et al. (2015) The role of GTF2IRD1 in the auditory pathology of Williams-Beuren Syndrome. European Journal of Human Genetics : Ejhg. 23: 774-80
von Jonquieres G, Froud KE, Klugmann CB, et al. (2014) Loss of central auditory processing in a mouse model of Canavan disease. Plos One. 9: e97374
Housley GD, Morton-Jones R, Vlajkovic SM, et al. (2013) ATP-gated ion channels mediate adaptation to elevated sound levels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 7494-9
Wong AC, Birnbaumer L, Housley GD. (2013) Canonical transient receptor potential channel subtype 3-mediated hair cell Ca(2+) entry regulates sound transduction and auditory neurotransmission. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 37: 1478-86
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