47th Inner Ear Biology Workshop, August 29th – September 1st, Prague, Czech Republic

Scientific programme

Lectures: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday | Posters: Monday (P01 - P33), Tuesday (P34 - P68) | Social events

Complete abstract book in PDF (5.1 MB)

Monday 30th August

Location: Hotel Diplomat, Prague Hall, 1st floor
9:00 Welcoming address
9:15 – 10:30 Scientific session 1. Genes and development I
Moderators: J. Ashmore, F. Santos-Sacchi
9:15 Combinatorial regulation of hair cell induction by transcription factors
A. F. Ryan, M. Masuda, La Jolla
9:30 New insights into IGF-I actions in cochlear development and function
L. Rodriguez de la Rosa, G. Camarero, R. Cediel, S. Murillo-Cuesta, I. Varela-Nieto, Madrid
9:45 Notch-Hes1 pathway contributes to the cochlear prosensory formation through the transcriptional down-regulation of p27Kip1
J. Murata, T. Ohtsuka, A. Tokunaga, K. Kamiya, H. Inohara, K. Ikeda, H. Okano, R. Kageyama, Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo
10:00 LIM-homeodomain Islet1 (ISL1) transcription factor in neurosensory development of the inner ear
G. Pavlinkova, B. Fritsch, R. Bohuslavova, L. Kuthanova, Prague, Omaha
10:15 Cochlea supporting cell-specific ablation in vivo in mice
M. M. M. Lagarde, B. Cox, L. Zhang, A. Forge, R. Taylor, J. Zuo, Memphis, London
10:30 – 11:15 Coffee break and poster viewing
11:15 – 12:30 Scientific session 2. Genes and development II
Moderators: C. Hackney, I. Varela-Nieto
11:15 Calcium binding proteins and the development of the inner ear in the mouse
J. Syka, D. Buckiová, Prague
11:30 Abnormal structure and function of the intermediate-basal cell unit in stria vascularis of connexin30 null mice
J. Kelly, A. Forge, D. Jagger, London
11:45 Disturbed postnatal development of the organ of Corti in dominant-negative Cx26 mutant mice
K. Ikeda, A. Inoshita, A. Minekawa, K. Kamiya, T. Iizuka, Tokyo
12:00 Functional studies of the first knock-in mouse model for a connexin 30 mutation linked to nonsyndromic autosomal dominant deafness in humans (Cx30T5M)
F. Mammano, M. Schütz, P. Scimemi, P. Majumder, R. D. De Siati, G. Crispino, L. Rodriguez, M. Bortolozzi, R. Santarelli, A. Seydel, S. Sonntag, N. Ingham, K. P. Steel, K. Willecke, Padua, Bonn, Treviso, Cambridge
12:15 Connexin 26 structure and function investigated in silico by Molecular Dynamics simulations
F. Zonta, G. Zanotti, F. Mammano, Padua
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch and poster viewing
14:00 – 15:30 Scientific session 3. Genes and development III
Moderators: A. Ryan, J. Schacht
14:00 Development and pathology of the human otic capsule
S. Soucek, L. Michaels, London
14:15 Expression pattern of Olig gene family in the developing inner ears
N. Yamamoto, A. Yoshida, T. Nakagawa, J. Ito, Kyoto
14:30 Ush1c gene expression levels in the ear and eye suggest different roles for Ush1c in neurosensory organs in a new Ush1c knockout mouse
C. Tian, X. Z. Liu, F. Han, H. Yu, C. Longo-Guess, B. Yang, F. Han, C. Lu, D. Yan, Q. Y. Zheng, Cleveland
14:45 Impaired and derailed sensory neurons in the inner ear of Slitrk6-deficient mice
A. Zine, K.-I. Katayama, M. Ota, Y. Matsumoto, T. Inoue, J. Aruga, Montpellier
15:00 Tmprss3, a serine protease deficient in human DFNB8/10 deafness, is critical for the hair cell survival at the onset of hearing
L. Fasquelle, H. Scott, M. Lenoir, J. Wang, G. Rebillard, S. Gaboyard, E. Neidhart, J.-L. Puel, M. Guipponi, B. Delprat, Geneva, Montpellier, Adelaide
15:15 The expression pattern and the function of Septins in the mouse cochlea
A. Yoshida, N. Yamamoto, T. Nakagawa, J. Ito, Kyoto
15:30 – 16:15 Coffee break and poster viewing
16:15 – 17:15 Scientific session 4. Otoprotection and presbycusis
Moderators: F. Nuttall, J. Pickles
16:15 Contribution of IL6 and STAT3 to otoprotection
A. J. Szczepek, Y. Yu, H. Olze, H. Haupt, B. Mazurek, Berlin
16:30 Trauma/inflammatory cascade-induced hair cell and hearing losses can be prevented by polymer- eluted dexamethasone
T. R. Van de Water, E. Bas, C. T. Dinh, R. Abi-Hachem, S. Angeli, A. A. Eshraghi, Miami
16:45 Long-term antioxidant diet changes cochlear antioxidant capacity but not age-related hearing loss
S.-H. Sha, M. A. Lauderdale, K. Halsey, K. Wearne, J. Schacht, Ann Arbor
17:00 Adenosine kinase inhibition in the cochlea delays the onset of age-related hearing loss in C57BL/6J mice
S. M. Vlajkovic, C. X. Guo, R. Telang, A. C. Y. Wong, V. Paramananthasivam, D. Boison, G. D. Housley, P. R. Thorne, Auckland, Sydney, Portland
20:00 – 23:00 Beer Party Dinner at the Strahov Monastery Restaurant (more info)

Tuesday 31st August

Location: Hotel Diplomat, Prague Hall, 1st floor
9:00 – 10:30 Scientific session 5. Function of hair cells
Moderators: F. Mammano, K. Ikeda
9:00 Effect of chloride and membrane holding potential on OHCs: simultaneous measures of electromotility and nonlinear capacitance
J. Santos-Sacchi, L. Song, New Haven
9:15 Mechanotransducer currents and resting potentials in cochlear outer hair cells
M. Beurg, R. Fettiplace, S. L. Johnson, W. Marcotti, Madison, Sheffield
9:30 Analysis of transmembrane structure of prestin by single molecule force spectroscopy
M. Murakoshi, T. Kawase, S. Kumano, H. Wada, Sendai
9:45 Identification of the electromotility motif in prestin, the motor protein of cochlear outer hair cells
X. Tan, J. Pecka, J. Tang, O. Okoruwa, S. Lovas, K. Beisel, D. He, Omaha
10:00 Translocation of prestin having mutation in the GTSRH sequence by salicylate
H. Wada, S. Kumano, M. Murakoshi, K. Iida, K. Ishihara, K. Tsumoto, K. Ikeda, T. Kobayashi, Sendai
10:15 Self-tuning and coupling between hair cells of the inner ear
D. Bozovic, C. E. Strimbu, L. Fredrickson, Los Angeles
10:30 – 11:15 Coffee break and poster viewing
11:15 – 12:30 Scientific session 6. Audiovestibular research
Moderators: S. Klis, T. Van de Water
11:15 Somatostatin receptor-1 and -2 in the mammalian cochlea
V. Radojevic, C. Setz, Y. Brand, A. Lystio, J. Kapfhammer, D. Bodmer, Basel
11:30 A new approach for semi-automatic segmentation of the cochlea from CT images
A. A. Poznyakovskiy, Y. M. Yarin, Y. Kalaidzidis, B. Fischer, N. Lazulashvili, T. Zahnert, Dresden
11:45 Glutamate agonist causes irreversible degeneration of inner hair cells
N. Hakuba, J. Hyodo, M. Okada, Y. Omotehara, K. Gyo, Matsuyama
12:00 A re-examination of the striated organelle in vestibular endorgans
F. Vranceanu, A. Lysakowski, Chicago
12:15 Morphological change of the cupula and its effect on the semicircular canal activity
M. Suzuki, U. Konomi, K. Otsuka, Y. Iimura, T. Inagaki, T. Kondo, Y. Ogawa, Tokyo
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch and poster viewing
14:00 – 15:30 Scientific session 7. Spiral ganglion neurons
Moderators: R. Fettiplace, M. Knipper
14:00 Myelination and protein expression associated with human spiral ganglion neuron preservation
W. Liu, M. Boström, A. Kinnefors, F. Linthicum, H. Rask-Andersen, Uppsala, Los Angeles
14:15 Voltage-dependent ion conductances in long-term cultures of rat spiral ganglion neurons
D. McAlpine, P. Mistrík, D. Jagger, London
14:30 Intrinsic determinants of enhanced mid-frequency sensitivity in murine spiral ganglion neurons
Q. Liu, E. Lee, R. L. Davis, New Jersey
14:45 Effects of electrical stimulation on the acoustically evoked compound action potential
H. C. Stronks, H. Versnel, V. F. Prijs, S. F. L. Klis, Utrecht
15:00 The transcriptional response of spiral ganglion neurons to deafferentation is partially ameliorated by acute electrical stimulation
J. C. Kopelovich, E. Bailey, J. R. Manak, S. Butcher, S. H. Green, Iowa City
15:15 The expansive relation between instantaneous rate of period histograms and instantaneous pressure of pure tones is retained at high stimulus levels
J. W. Horst, J. McGee, E. J. Walsh, Groningen, Omaha
15:30 – 16:15 Coffee break and poster viewing
16:15 – 17:30 Scientific session 8. Cochlear pathologies I
Moderators: B. Lonsbury-Martin, J. Popelář
16:15 Cochlear repair and hair cells regeneration after human pluripotent stem cell transplantation to nod-scid mice made deaf with kanamycin and intense noise
R. P. Revoltella, V. Franceschini, R. Saccardi, S. Urbani, B. Mazzanti, A. Martini, Pisa, Bologna, Florence, Padua
16:30 An in vitro model of synapse degeneration and regeneration in the cochlea
Q. Wang, S. H. Green, Iowa City
16:45 A role for Hensen cells in the resolution of inflammatory responses in the cochlea
A. Maricle, G. Kalinec, D. Guerrero, R. Gellibolian, P. Webster, F. Kalinec, Los Angeles
17:00 Matrix metalloproteinases -2 and -9 in the cochlea: expression and activity after aminoglycoside exposition
C. Setz, Y. Brand, V. Radojevic, C. Hanusek, P. J. Mullen, S. Levano, A. Listyo, D. Bodmer, Basel
17:15 Ototoxicity and bacteriostatic activity of Burow’s solution
T. Morizono, T. Yamano, M. Sugamura, H. Higuchi, T. Ueno, T. Nakagawa, Fukuoka
17:30 – 18:00 Business meeting
20:00 – 23:00 Gala Dinner at the Kaiserštejnský Palác (more info)

Wednesday 1st September

Location: Hotel Diplomat, Prague Hall, 1st floor
9:30 – 10:30 Scientific session 9. Cochlear pathologies II
Moderators: D. Mc Alpine, A. Meyer zum Gottesberge
9:30 Evaluation of hyperbranched Poly-L-Lysine uptake and toxicity on inner ear derived cell line as a function of concentration and architecture
E. Corbacella, Z. Kadlecova, L. Astolfi, H. A. Klok, A. Martini, Ferrara, Lausanne, Padua
9:45 Manufacturing and in vivo inner ear visualization of MRI traceable multifunctional liposome nanoparticles tagged by gadolinium
J. Zou, R. Sood, S. Ranjan, D. Poe, U. A. Ramadan, P. Kinnunen, I. Pyykkö, Tampere, Helsinki
10:00 The passage of nanoparticles from the middle ear to the cochlea in the rat
D. Buckiová, J. Popelář, T. Chumak, J. Syka, Prague
10:15 Cause of sudden hearing loss (Where’s the energy?)
G. Offutt, Green Lane
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 12:00 Scientific session 10. Varia
Moderators: G. Martin, J. Syka
11:00 A CCTTT-repeat at the promoter of NOS2A gene confers protection to Ménière`s disease in two cohorts of European population
J. A. Lopez-Escamez, A. Moreno, I. Gazquez, I. Aran, A. Soto-Varela, S. Santos, H. Perez-Garrigues, M. A Lopez-Nevot, Almería
11:15 Two Portuguese cochlear implanted dizygotic twins: a case report
J. Chora, T. Matos, J. Martins, M. Alves, R. Santos, L. Silva, C. Ribeiro, G. Fialho, H. Caria, Lisbon, Coimbra, Setúbal
11:30 The GJB2 gene and hearing loss: beyond the coding region
T. D. Matos, H. Simões-Teixeira, H. Caria, A. R. Rodrigues, H. Rosa, A. O´Neill, M. E.Andrea, D. P. Kelsell, G. Fialho, Lisbon, Setúbal, Almada, London
11:45 Cerebrocortical plasticity after acute and chronic unilateral lesion of the central vestibular system in rats: a micro-PET study
E. Lange, H. G. Buchholz, N. Bausbacher, A. Kronfeld, U. Stier, C. Best, M. Dieterich, M. Schreckenberger, S. Reuss, Mainz, München
12:00 End of the workshop
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch

Poster presentations

Monday 30th August

1.Microarray analysis of differential gene expression along the tonotopic axis of mouse cochlea
E. J. Son, S. Kim, L. Wu, H. Kim, J. Bok, Seoul
2.TMC1-Associated deafness in the Portuguese population
H. Simões-Teixeira, F. Moreno, G. Fialho, I. Del Castillo, H. Caria, Lisbon
3.Screening of mitochondrial DNA mutations involved in hearing impairment
V. Guaran, A. Castiglione, E. Tosi, M. Galasso, S. Volinia, A. Martini, Ferrara, Padua
4.Connexin 26 and connexin 30 immunostaining in wild type and Cx30T5M knock-in mice
G. Crispino, F. Mammano, Padua
5.Generation of a tamoxifen inducible hair cell specific TR(beta)1 knock-out mouse model
J. Dettling, C. Franz, U. Zimmermann, L. Rüttiger, J. Zuo, R. Feil, F. Flamant, M. Knipper, Tübingen, Memphis, Lyon
6.Intracochlear injection of adeno-associate virus vector to a mouse model created by a conditional knockout of GJB2 gene
T. Iizuka, H. Mochizuki, H. Okada, K. Kamiya, O. Minowa, T. Noda, K. Ikeda, Tokyo
7.Cochlear gap-junction plaque is disrupted by dominant-negative connexin26 mutation
K. Kamiya, K. Ikeda, Tokyo
8.Role of neural crest and Pax3 in mammalian inner ear development
D. J. Lee, K.-A. Kong, J. Bok, Seoul
9.Role of RAF kinases in inner ear development
M. Magariños, Maria Rodríguez Aburto, Rocio de Iriarte Rodríguez, U. Rapp, I. Varela-Nieto, Madrid, Munich
10.Differential requirement of Pou3f4 in the development of cochlear lateral wall: A study on a mouse model for DFN3
L. Wu, M. H. Song, S.-Y. Choi, S.-K. Oh, H. K. Lee, D. B. Shim, J. Y. Choi, U.-K. Kim, J. Bok, Seoul, Gangweon, Taegu
11.Expression analysis of prestin and selected transcription factors in newborn rats
J. Gross, M. Angerstein, J. Fuchs, K. Stute, B. Mazurek, Berlin
12.Immunological and genetical influence of systemic helper T cell on age-related cochlear functions
H. Iwai, M. Inaba, S. Baba, M. Sakaguchi, S. Ikehara, K. Tomoda, Osaka
13.Degeneration in marginal cells of the ageing mouse stria vascularis
J. O. Pickles, Brisbane
14.Activation of NF-κB-iNOS pathway in the lateral wall of aged cochlea
K.-I. Watanabe, S. Inai, K. Ohkubo, Tokyo
15.Identification of Caprin-1 as a novel target of Pou4f3 and its role in cochlear hair cells in response to ototoxic damage
E. R. Towers, J. J. Kelly, R. Sud, J. E. Gale, S. J. Dawson, London
16.Evaluation of the potential meningitis risk of dexamethasone-eluting cochlear implants: A new animal model
K. Niedermeier, T. Stark, S. Braun, R. Straubinger, J. Kiefer, A. Lohner, U. Koedel, S. Hammerschmidt, C. Fauser, Munich
17.Ototoxicity and bacteriostatic activity of methylrosaniline chloride
H. Higuchi, T. Yamano, M. Sugamura, T. Ueno, T. Nakagawa, T. Morizono, Fukuoka
18.Cross-defense of auditory hair cells against ototoxicity of gentamicin by non-toxic levels of amikacin
J. A. A. de Oliveira, D. A. E. Pires, M. Â. Hyppolito, M. Rossato, Ribeirão Preto
19.Synaptic activity in turtle calyx endings
S. Chatlani, J. M. Goldberg, Chicago
20.Electrophysiological and anatomical characterization of developing human cristae
R. Lim, A. J. Camp, M. A. Walsh, R. J. Callister, A. M. Brichta, Callaghan
21.Damage-induced ERK1/2 activation in mouse utricular organ explants and MDCK monolayers
G. J. Ball, J. E. Gale, London
22.Potassium and calcium concentration in cochlear endolymph after vestibular labyrinth injury
R. Ikeda, K. Nakaya, M. Yamazaki, T. Oshima, T. Kawase, T. Kobayashi, Sendai
23.Injection of virus vector targeting vestibule in mice
H. Okada, T. Iizuka, K. Kamiya, M. Kasai, H. Kasagi, A. Inoshita, K. Ikeda, Tokyo
24.Molecular identity and cAMP modulation of the hyperpolarization-activated current in afferent vestibular neurons
A. Almanza, F. Mercado, E. Luis, R. Vega, E. Soto, Puebla
25.Neurofibrillary pathology in the vestibular nuclei of the pR5 mouse
H. Schröder, C. Köhler, K. Pilz, T. Bauer, A. Selzer, E. Lange, J. Götz, S. Reuss, Cologne, Mainz, Sydney
26.Type 1 allergy-induced endolymphatic hydrops and the suppresive effect of anti-histamine drugs
T. Takeda, S. Takeda, A. Kakigi, R. Nishioka, Nishinomiya, Tokyo, Kochi
27.Expression of the proinflammatory cytokines in cochlear explant cultures: influence of normoxia and hypoxia
H. Haupt, A. J. Szczepek, M. Khan, H. Olze, B. Mazurek, Berlin
28.Detection of drugs in cochlear fluids following round window membrane application in the rat
H. Xiong, L. Rüttiger, A. Zuccotti, W. Singer, H.-S. Geisler, M. Knipper, Tübingen
29.Intracochlear distribution of intratympanically injected quantum dot-dexamethasone nanocomplex and analysis of the hearing recovery according to the frequency in sudden sensorineural hearing loss
I.-W. Lee, J. Lee, S.-K. Kong, E.-K. Goh, Busan
30.Increase of the neuroprotective effect of rolipram on spiral ganglion cells via nanoparticles carriage
H. Meyer, T. Stöver, F. Fouchet, G. Bastiat, P. Saulnier, W. Bäumer, T. Lenarz, V. Scheper, Hannover, Angers, Frankfurt
31.Nanoparticle-silicone composites for reduction of fibrous tissue growth
A. Burghard, A. Hahn, S. Barcikowski, H. Rohm, K. Sternberg, T. Lenarz, T. Stöver, G. Paasche, Hannover, Rostock
32.Intracochlear distribution of hyperbranched poly-L-lysine after intratympanic application in mice
T. Chumak, Z. Kadlecova, H.-A. Klok, J. Popelář, J. Syka, Prague, Lausanne
33.The effect of topical sodium thiosulfate in experimentally induced myringosclerosis
Y.-H. Park, Daejeon

Tuesday 31st August

34.Analysis of the head related impulse response by means of an auditory model
F. Rund, V. Vencovský, Prague
35.Calculation of the traveling wave velocity - effects on sound coding
P. Marsalek, F. Julicher, Dresden, Kladno
36.Biological applications to the acoustic-wave hearing’s model
V. V. Ivanov, E. L. Ovchinnikov, Samara
37.Acoustic-wave model of hearing at the pre-receptor level
E. L. Ovchinnikov, V. V. Ivanov, Samara
38.3-D modeling of cochlear fluid chambers for mechanical simulation models
Y. M. Yarin, A. A. Poznyakovskiy, M. Fleischer, J. Baumgart, Y. Kalaidzidis, B. Fischer, N. Lazulashvili, T. Zahnert, Dresden
39.Altered basilar artery permeability in response to cochlear applied capsaicin: A primary sensory innervation connecting headache and inner ear dysfunction
Z. Vass, A. L. Nuttall, Szeged, Portland
40.The role of 5‘ adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in the inner ear
M. Jaumann, J. Dettling, M. Foeller, L. Rüttiger, F. Lang, M. Knipper, Tübingen
41.Interaction partners of otoferlin play a role in endocytosis
S. V. Duncker, C. Franz, U. Schulte, B. Hirt, B. Fakler, U. Zimmermann, N. Brand, J. Engel, P. Ruth, M. Knipper, Tübingen, Freiburg
42.Decoupling of bicarbonate transport and charge movement in prestin/SLC26A5
P. Mistrik, K. Morandell, N. Daudet, J. Ashmore, London
43.Calcium signaling in Kölliker’s organ: a study based on the hemicochlea preparation
E. Simeonato, F. Mammano, Padua
44.A computational framework to analyze intracellular calcium oscillations and intercellular calcium waves in cochlear supporting cells
F. Ceriani, F. Mammano, Padua
45.Simultaneous calcium entry sites in cochlear inner hair cells of the adult mouse imaged by 2-photon confocal microscopy
S. Culley, J. Ashmore, London
46.Systematic effects of interference tones presented above f2 on DPOAE residuals
G. K. Martin, B. B. Stagner, Y. S. Chung, B. L. Lonsbury-Martin, Loma Linda
47.Optical coherence tomography for the diagnosis of inner ear diseases
T. Sakamoto, T. Adachi, T. Inaoka, T. Nakagawa, J. Ito, Kyoto
48.Glial cell distribution in the mouse cochlea and in cultured spiral ganglion neurons
S. Hansen, P.-R. Erfkemper, S. Dazert, J. Schipper, Duesseldorf, Bochum
49.Cochlear implantation trauma study with two surgical methods and possible hearing protection by dexamethasone release
L. Astolfi, P. Giordano, S. Magosso, M. Pannella, T. Sathiyaseelan, E. Simoni, V. Cascella, L. Giari, S. Hatzopoulos, S. Prosser, S. Braun, J. Tillein, A. Martini, Ferrara, Frankfurt, Innsbruck, Padua
50.Biofunctionalization of cochlear implants - alginates as scaffold for neurotrophic factor producing cells
V. Scheper, F. Ehrhart, H. Zimmermann, H. Meyer, T. Lenarz, Hannover, St Ingbert
51.Culture model of neurotrophin mediated regulation and stimulation of neurite outgrowth in mouse cochlear spiral ganglia
B. Kramer, A. Tropitzsch, M. Knipper, M. Müller, H. Löwenheim, Tübingen
52.A new experimental otoprotective protocol against noise induced hearing loss
V. Cascella, P. Giordano, S. Hatzopoulos, S. Prosser, J. Petruccelli, E. Simoni, L. Astolfi, A. Martini, Ferrara, Worcester
53.Expressions of endothelin-1, endothelin receptor A, B in the cochlea of noise induced transient threshold shift rat model
H.-J. Kim, Y.-H. Park, Daejeon
54.A proteome of the stria vascularis vasculature and that noise-induced vascular leakage correlates with PKCη regulation of Na+, K+-ATPase α1-initiated phosphorylation of occludin
X. Shi, A. Nuttall, Portland
55Liposome-encapsulated hemoglobin alleviates hearing loss after transient cochlear ischemia and reperfusion
M. Okada, A. T. Kawaguchi, N. Hakuba, N. Omotehara, S. Takeda, J. Hyodo, N. Hato, K. Gyo, Matsuyama, Tokyo
56.Simultaneously reduced Na, K-ATPase and NKCC1 expression in murine cochlear lateral wall contributes to conservation of endocochlear potential following a sensorineural hearing loss
H. Xiong, Tübingen
57.Spiral ganglion cell morphology in guinea pigs after deafening and neurotrophic treatment
M. C. van Loon, H. Versnel, M. J. H. Agterberg, J. C. M. J. de Groot, W. Grolman, S. F. L. Klis, Utrecht
58.AM-111 protects against hearing loss and inner hair cell loss after transient cochlear ischemia
Y. Omotehara, N. Hakuba, M. Okada, K. Gyo, Matsuyama
59.Combination therapy of systemic steroids, antiviral agent, anticoagulants and stellate ganglion block for the treatment of sudden sensorineural hearing loss
K. H. Park, C. K. Lee, J. D. Lee, Cheonan, Bucheon
60.Simvastatin and gentamicin-induced auditory hair cell loss
Y. Brand, A. Listyo, C. Setz, S. Levano, V. Radojevic, P. J. Mullen, D. Bodmer, Basel
61.Role of homocysteine metabolism in hearing loss
R. Martinez-Vega, G. Camarero, R. Cediel, G. Varela-Moreiras, M. A. Pajares, I. Varela-Nieto, Madrid, Valencia
62.Brainstem responses following cochlear damage inducing tinnitus
W. Singer, A. Zuccotti, M. Matsumoto, M. Knipper, L. Rüttiger, Tübingen, Kyoto
63.Developmental changes of the startle response induced by acoustic trauma in rats
N. Rybalko, J. Burianová, Z. Bureš, J. Syka, Prague, Jihlava
64.The subcellular distribution of presynaptic glycine receptors correlates with the occurrence of endogenous sources of their agonists
J. Trojanová, Á. Kulik, J. Janáček, R. Tureček, Prague, Freiburg
65.Changes in calbindin immunoreactivity with aging in the central auditory system of the rat
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Social events

Get Together Party at the Hotel Diplomat

Hotel Diplomat
Date: Sunday 29th August
Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Location: Hotel Diplomat, foyer of the Prague Hall, 1st floor
Evropská 15, Prague 6
Admission: Free

Beer Party Dinner at the Strahov Monastery Restaurant

Grand Monastery Restaurant
Date: Monday 30th August
Time: 20:00 – 23:00
Location: Strahov Monastery Restaurant,
Strahovské nádvoří 302, Prague 1
Admission: € 25

Conference Gala Dinner at the Kaiserštejnský Palác

Kaiserstejnsky palac
Date: Tuesday 31st August
Time: 20:00 – 23:00
Location: Kaiserstejnsky Palace, 2nd floor
Malostranské naměstí 23/37, Prague 1
Admission: € 60
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