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July 09, 2010

Volume 285Issue 28p21195-21902, e99953-e99954, le11-le12
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On The Cover: A calcium oxalate stone isolated from a mouse inner ear floating in a surrealistic space. Artistic pseudo-colors were applied on the original scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images. This type of mineral is abundant among kidney stones and discovered here in the inner ear for the first time. The article by Dror et al., pages 21724–21735, proposes a mechanism for the accumulation of oxalate crystals in the inner ear under pathological conditions as a result of an Slc26a4 mutation. Cover art was created by Amiel A. Dror....
On The Cover: A calcium oxalate stone isolated from a mouse inner ear floating in a surrealistic space. Artistic pseudo-colors were applied on the original scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images. This type of mineral is abundant among kidney stones and discovered here in the inner ear for the first time. The article by Dror et al., pages 21724–21735, proposes a mechanism for the accumulation of oxalate crystals in the inner ear under pathological conditions as a result of an Slc26a4 mutation. Cover art was created by Amiel A. Dror.

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