Christina L Kaiser
Affiliation: Boston University
- Comparison of activated caspase detection methods in the gentamicin-treated chick cochleaChristina L Kaiser
Laboratory for Cellular and Molecular Hearing Research, Department of Otolaryngology, Evans 637, Boston University Medical Center, 715 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118, USA
Hear Res 240:1-11. 2008..This makes CaspaTag ideal for showing an overall pattern or level of cell death over a period of time, while caspase antibodies provide a snapshot of cell death at a specific time point...
- Hair cell fate decisions in cochlear development and regenerationDouglas A Cotanche
Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Hearing Research, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA 02118, USA
Hear Res 266:18-25. 2010..We need to know not only what genes are involved, but understand how their gene products interact with one another in a structural and temporal framework to guide hair cell and supporting cell differentiation and maturation...
- 5-Ethynyl-2'-deoxyuridine labeling detects proliferating cells in the regenerating avian cochleaChristina L Kaiser
Laboratory for Cellular and Molecular Hearing Research, Department of Otolaryngology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts 02118, USA
Laryngoscope 119:1770-5. 2009..We propose that EdU is as effective as BrdU, but without the requirement for harsh denaturation or the use of antibodies for detection...
- Breed-dependent susceptibility to acute sound exposure in young chickensChristina L Kaiser
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS, USA
Hear Res 203:101-11. 2005..Our findings conflict with those reported by Durham et al. (2002). Our results identify a breed-dependent difference in susceptibility to acute sound exposure, with young egg layers displaying increased sensitivity...