Light- and electron microscopy of isolated vestibular hair cells from the guinea pig View Full Text


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DATE

1991-10

AUTHORS

Eric Scarfone, Mats Ulfendahl, Paula Löfstrand, Åke Flock

ABSTRACT

Cells isolated from the guinea-pig vestibular sensory epithelia were studied using light- and electron-microscopic techniques. The cells maintained their characteristic shapes when they had been separated. Mammalian vestibular cells are traditionally divided into two classes, type-I and type-II hair cells. It was, however, found that the population of isolated cells consisted of hair cells with a striking variability in shape and size. This was most conspicuous for the type-I hair cells. Isolated hair cells processed for electron microscopy showed that the isolation process caused minor ultrastructural damage but that the separation often was incomplete in that the large calyx-like nerve endings were still attached to type-I cells. The results suggest that the distinction of only two classes might be insufficient to describe mammalian vestibular hair cells. More... »

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51-58

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  • 1986-04. Mechanisms of movement in outer hair cells and a possible structural basis in EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
  • 1974. Morphology of the Vestibular Sense Organ in VESTIBULAR SYSTEM PART 1: BASIC MECHANISMS
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