Scientists regenerate sound-sensing cells in animal study

Scientists at Harvard Medical School have found a new approach that could regenerate sound-sensing cells in the ears that are believed to be damaged by loud noise and cannot be replaced. Using mice models, they found that inhibiting the Notch pathway, a mechanism for cell communication, can spur the development of sound-sensing hair cells. The study was published in the journal Stem Cell Reports.

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