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Genes critical for hearing identified

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Fifty-two previously unidentified genes that are critical for hearing have been found by testing over 3,000 mouse genes. The newly discovered genes will provide insights into the causes of hearing loss in humans, say scientists. The study tested 3,006 strains of 'knock-out' mice for signs of hearing loss.
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