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Development and Regeneration of the Inner Ear

Given its elaborate 3D architecture and diversity of cell types, the inner ear is a fascinating organ to study. But understanding how the inner ear organs and their sensory cells form, function, and regenerate (or not) is also crucial for clinical advances. If you want to fix a system, you need to understand how it works, what its constituents are, and how they must be assembled. Enjoy the tour.

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