The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion

Rattay F, Naves Leao R, Lutter P (1999)
Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp. 37(2): 802-803.

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Rattay F, Naves Leao R, Lutter P. The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion. Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp. 1999;37(2):802-803.
Rattay, F., Naves Leao, R., & Lutter, P. (1999). The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion. Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp., 37(2), 802-803.
Rattay, F., Naves Leao, R., and Lutter, P. (1999). The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion. Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp. 37, 802-803.
Rattay, F., Naves Leao, R., & Lutter, P., 1999. The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion. Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp., 37(2), p 802-803.
F. Rattay, R. Naves Leao, and P. Lutter, “The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion”, Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp., vol. 37, 1999, pp. 802-803.
Rattay, F., Naves Leao, R., Lutter, P.: The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion. Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp. 37, 802-803 (1999).
Rattay, Frank, Naves Leao, R., and Lutter, Petra. “The electrically stimulated human cochlea: a simulation study of the potential distribution and excitation of the spiral ganglion”. Med.& Biol. Eng. & Comp. 37.2 (1999): 802-803.
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