- David Gurwitz
Per Med 2005 May;2(2):145-185
Department of Human Genetics and Molecular Medicine, Tel-Aviv University, Faculty of Medicine,Tel-Aviv 69978, Israel. E-mail: gurwitz@ post.tau.ac.il.
The first and crucial step in sensory processing, the transduction of stimuli, such as odor, light and sound, into a cellular response, are all regulated by genetic pathways. The past years have provided a significant increase in our understanding of some of these pathways, due in large part to the genes found to be associated with inherited hearing loss (HL). Read More