A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes

Rattay F, Lutter P, Felix H (2001)
Hearing Research 153(1-2): 43-63.

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Rattay F, Lutter P, Felix H. A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes. Hearing Research. 2001;153(1-2):43-63.
Rattay, F., Lutter, P., & Felix, H. (2001). A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes. Hearing Research, 153(1-2), 43-63.
Rattay, F., Lutter, P., and Felix, H. (2001). A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes. Hearing Research 153, 43-63.
Rattay, F., Lutter, P., & Felix, H., 2001. A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes. Hearing Research, 153(1-2), p 43-63.
F. Rattay, P. Lutter, and H. Felix, “A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes”, Hearing Research, vol. 153, 2001, pp. 43-63.
Rattay, F., Lutter, P., Felix, H.: A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes. Hearing Research. 153, 43-63 (2001).
Rattay, Frank, Lutter, Petra, and Felix, Heidi. “A model of the electrically excited human cochlear neuron I. Contribution of neural substructures to the generation and propagation of spikes”. Hearing Research 153.1-2 (2001): 43-63.
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