Inhibition of the MAPK/JNK signal cascade protects hearing and auditory sensory cells against ototoxins and sound trauma: Can it conserve residual hearing during cochlear implantation?

Thomas R. Van De Water, Azel Zine, Adrien A. Eshraghi, Cai Hong Mou, Jing Wang, Jean Luc Puel, Thomas J. Balkany

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