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Smith Lab Publications

 

Casper, B.M., Smith, M.E., Halvorsen, M.B., Sun, H., Carlson, T.J., and Popper, A.N.  2013.  Effect of exposure to pile driving sounds on fish inner ear tissues. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 166:352-360.

Smith, M.E. and Rajadinakaran, G.  2013.  The transcriptomics to proteomics of hair cell regeneration: Looking for a hair cell in a haystack.  Microarrays 2 (3):186-207; doi:10.3390/microarrays2030186.

Uribe, P.M.*, Sun, H., Wang, K., Asuncion, J.D., Wang, Q., Steyger, P.S., Smith, M.E., and Matsui, J.I. 2013. Aminoglycoside-induced hair cell death of inner ear organs causes functional deficits in adult zebrafish (Danio rerio). PLoS ONE 8(3): e58755. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0058755.

Smith, M.E. 2012. Predicting hearing loss in fishes. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 730:259-262.

Sun, H., Lin, C-H.*, and Smith, M.E. 2011. Growth hormone promotes hair cell regeneration in the zebrafish (Danio rerio) inner ear following acoustic trauma. PLoS ONE 6 (11): e28372. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028372.

Schuck, J.B.*, Sun, H., Penberthy, W.T., Cooper, N.G.F., Li, X., and Smith, M.E. 2011. Transcriptomic analysis of the zebrafish inner ear points to growth hormone mediated regeneration following acoustic trauma. BMC Neuroscience 12: 88, Doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-88.

Smith, M.E., Schuck, J.B.*, Gilley, R.R.*, and Rogers, B.D.* 2011. Structural and functional effects of acoustic exposure in goldfish: evidence for tonotopy in the teleost saccule. BMC Neuroscience 12:19, Doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-19.

Schuck, J.B.* and Smith, M.E. 2009. Cell proliferation follows acoustically-induced hair cell bundle loss in the zebrafish saccule. Hearing Research 253:67-76.

Stewart, P.C.* and Smith, M.E. 2009. Conspecific sound localization in Otocinclus affinis. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics 31(1): 230-234.

Smith, M.E. and Gilley, R.R.* 2008. Testing the equal energy hypothesis in noise-exposed fishes. Bioacoustics 17:343-345.

Wysocki, L.E., Davidson, J.*, Smith, M.E., Popper, A.N., Frankel, A., Ellison, W.,Welch, T., Ford, F., Bebak-Williams, J. 2007. The effects of aquaculture noise on the growth, survival and hearing of rainbow trout. Aquaculture 272:687-697.

Oxman, D.*, R. Barnett-Johnson, Smith, M.E., A.B. Coffin, D.L. Miller, R. Josephson, and A.N. Popper. 2007. The effect of vaterite deposition on otolith morphology, sound reception and inner ear sensory epithelia in hatchery-reared Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64:1469-1478.

Popper, A.N., M.B. Halvorsen, A.S. Kane, D. Miller*, M.E. Smith, J. Song, P. Stein, and L.E. Wysocki. 2007.The effects of high-intensity, low-frequency active sonar on rainbow trout. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122(1):623-635.

Smith, M.E., Coffin, A.B.*, Miller, D.L.*, and Popper, A.N. 2006.Anatomical and functional recovery of the goldfish (Carrasius auratus) ear following noise exposure. Journal of Experimental Biology 209:4193-4202.

Popper, A.N., M.E. Smith, P.A. Cott, B.W. Hanna, A.O. MacGillivray, M.E. Austin, and D.A. Mann. 2005. Effects of exposure to seismic airgun use on hearing of three fish species. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117(6):3958-3971.

Popper, A.N., Halvorsen, M.B., Miller, D.L., Smith, M.E., Song, J., Wysocki, L.E., Hastings, M.C., Kane, A.S., and Stein, P. 2005. Effects of surveillance towed array sensor system (SURTASS) low frequency active sonar on fish. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117(4):2440.

Fuiman, L.A., Cowan, J.H., Jr., Smith, M.E., and O'Neal, J.P.* 2005. Behavior and recruitment success in fish larvae: variation with growth rate and the batch effect. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62:1337-1349.

Belk, M.C., Johnson, J.B., Wilson, K.W., Smith, M.E., and Houston, D.D.* 2005. Variation in intrinsic individual growth rate among populations of leatherside chub (Snyderichthys copei Jordan & Gilbert): adaptation to temperature or length of the growing season? Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 14(2):177-184.

Smith, M.E., Kane, A.S., and Popper, A.N. 2004. Acoustical stress and hearing sensitivity in fishes: does the linear threshold shift hypothesis hold water? Journal of Experimental Biology 207:3591-3602.

Smith, M.E., Kane, A.S., and Popper, A.N. 2004. Noise-induced stress response and hearing loss in goldfish (Carassius auratus). Journal of Experimental Biology 207(3):427-435.

Popper, A. N., Fewtrell, J., Smith, M. E. and McCauley, R. D. 2004. Anthropogenic sound: effects on the behavior and physiology of fishes. Marine Technology Society Journal 37:33-38.

Smith, M. E., A. S. Kane, M. C. Hastings, and A. N. Popper. 2004. Physiological effects of noise on fishes. Pp. 299-304. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, R. G. de Jong, T. Houtgast, E. A. M. Franssen, and W. F. Hofman (eds.), Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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