Here our lab shares high-resolution surface models of the middle and inner ear of gerbil, rat, cat and rabbit with the scientific community. To gain access, please agree to the following terms:
To support the continuation and funding of our work, we greatly appreciate it when users appropriately attribute the source of the data and the respective publications (see further on).
For any other purpose, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The middle and inner ear data and models available on this website are free for non-commercial scientific use, under the explicit condition that in any derivative works, either in part or as a whole, reference is given to the following publications (which were on the cover of JARO and Hearing Research):
J.A.N. Buytaert, W.H.M. Salih, M. Dierick, P. Jacobs and J.J.J. Dirckx, 'Realistic 3D computer model of the gerbil middle ear, featuring accurate morphology of bone and soft tissue structures', J. Assoc. Res. Oto. 12(6):681-696, 2011
W.H.M. Salih, J.A.N. Buytaert, J.R.M. Aerts, P. Vanderniepen, M. Dierick and J.J.J. Dirckx, 'Open access high-resolution 3D morphology models of cat, gerbil, rabbit, rat and human ossicular chains', Hearing Res. 284(1-2):1-5, 2012
The human tympanic membrane thickness data and models available on this website are free for non-commercial scientific use, under the explicit condition that in any derivative works, either in part or as a whole, reference is given to the following publications:
S.A.M. Van der Jeught, J.J.J. Dirckx, J.R.M. Aerts, A. Bradu, A. Podoleanu and J.A.N. Buytaert , 'Full-field thickness distribution of human tympanic membrane obtained with optical coherence tomography ', JARO submitted 2013
The raw original data are available at simple request. Please contact email@example.com .