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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : CAP / compound action potential of the auditory nerve

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Long Form:   compound action potential of the auditory nerve
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2008 Activation of the GABA(A) receptor ameliorates the cochlear excitotoxicity caused by kainic acid in the guinea pig. GABA, KA
2003 Disruption of lateral efferent pathways: functional changes in auditory evoked responses. DPOAE, LSO
2002 Caffeine and ryanodine demonstrate a role for the ryanodine receptor in the organ of Corti. CM, SP
2001 Effects of contralateral acoustical stimulation on three measures of cochlear function in the guinea pig. EBA, TEOAEs
1997 Auditory evoked responses under total spinal anesthesia in rats. ABR, CM
1997 [Effects of increasing perilymph calcium levels on various cochlear potentials]. CM, G-EP, N-EP
1996 Pantothenic acid and coenzyme A in experimental cisplatin-induced ototoxia. CoA, CP, PA, SEM
1995 Differential effects of gentamicin on the distribution of cochlear function in albino and pigmented guinea pigs. CM, EP
1995 The effect of the sympathetic nervous system upon susceptibility to acoustic trauma. SNS
10  1994 Enhancement of the auditory cortex evoked responses in awake guinea pigs after noise exposure. AC-ER, IC-ER
11  1994 [Effects of lowering perilymph calcium concentration on various cochlear potentials]. CM, N-EP
12  1991 Magnitude of the negative summating potential varies with perilymph calcium levels. CM, SP
13  1990 Nimodipine, an L-channel Ca2+ antagonist, reverses the negative summating potential recorded from the guinea pig cochlea. CM, EP, SP
14  1990 Organic acids do not alter the cochlear effects of ethacrynic acid. EP
15  1989 Suppression of auditory nerve activity in the guinea pig cochlea by 1-(p-bromobenzoyl)-piperazine-2,3-dicarboxylic acid. ---
16  1989 The quinoxalinediones DNOX, CNOX and two related congeners suppress hair cell-to-auditory nerve transmission. 3HQC, CM, CNQX, DHQC, DNQX, SP
17  1989 [Simultaneous determination of oxygen partial pressure in the scala tympani, electrocochleography and blood pressure values in the guinea pig]. CM