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In Nature this week, researchers from the University of Sheffield report on a novel cell-based treatment for auditory neuropathy, a form of deafness characterized by damage to spiral ganglion neurons with relative preservation of sensory hair cells. Using human embryonic stem cells, the team generated ear-cell progenitors capable of differentiating into hair cells and auditory neurons.

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