Get new journal Tables of Contents sent right to your email inbox, January 2022 - Volume 75 - Issue 1 - p 14,15,16, Articles in Google Scholar by Gordon Glantz, Other articles in this journal by Gordon Glantz, 6 Tips to Integrate OTC Devices into Clinical Practice, Future Hearing Journeys, Part 1: An Introduction to Planning for Whats Ahead, Moisture in Hearing Instruments: Problematic, Prevalent, and Professionally Preventable. Since 2015, the laboratory run by Christine Petit has been conducting research into genetic factors that predispose humans to hearing loss caused by over-exposure to noise. In 2019, Saad Safieddine's team in the unit led by Christine Petit at the Institut Pasteur (see Interview) published the results of a gene therapy technique that was found to durably reverse congenital hearing loss in experimental models. diagnosing induced occupational guideline impulses Your message has been successfully sent to your colleague. and medical fields (ENT physicians, hearing aid specialists, etc.). Reprogramming using transcription factors. In the field of genetics there have been impressive advances in research in recent years, leading to considerable progress in our understanding of how the ear works, and in medical terms to better treatment for children with deafness or hearing loss. Diagnosis of particular forms of hearing loss will expand to include broader consideration of genetic mutations responsible for hearing loss., Thoughts on something you read here? The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health (grant NIH R01DC006908), the U.S. Department of Defense (grant DOD W81XWH1810331, Fredrick and Ines Yeatts hair cell regeneration fellowship and the David-Shulsky Foundation (Z768). Fan-Gang Zeng, PhD, the director of the Center of Hearing Research at the University of California-Irvine School of Medicine, explained that gene therapy addresses hearing loss biologically by repairing or restoring damaged cells, which hearing aids or cochlear implants do not accomplish. "Using psychoacoustic perception tests and electrophysiological measurements, our aim is to evaluate the hearing of individuals with or without hearing loss, with or without a hearing aid, in "real life" situations. The scientist has identified factors that could explain the failure of implants (in 5 to 10% of cases) in adults who have developed profound hearing loss*: "Subconsciously, the patients compensate for their hearing impediment either by lip reading or by becoming "super-readers," who are capable of handling written words better than people without hearing loss. LuckyStep48/iStock/Getty Images Plus via Getty Images. This proof-of-concept study, and first of its kind, may provide an approach to the regeneration of sensory hair cells and other important inner-ear cell types in people with hearing loss. www.Shutterstock.com. Which publications would you like to receive? Meanwhile, in the private sector, companies such as Decibel Therapeutics are also seeking solutions. In a new study published online December 4 inNature Communications,scientists report a new strategy to induce cell division in the mature inner ear. Audiologists will thus have therapeutic options in addition to the existing devices, which assist hearing improvement, he said. By restoring intact protein production, the gene therapy was found to restore auditory thresholds to virtually normal levels in animal models. For more information, please refer to our Privacy Policy. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. According to WHO, more than a billion young people (aged 12 to 35) are currently at risk of hearing loss because of exposure to recreational noise at entertainment venues such as concerts and sporting events, and especially from listening to loud music for long periods via personal audio devices. We are particularly committed in this area and are working to develop practical and theoretical teaching aimed at scientists, physicians, engineers, hearing aid specialists and speech therapists. to maintaining your privacy and will not share your personal information without Reid added that, over the next several years, Decibel hopes that a range of pharmaceutical interventions will become available to people with hearing loss and their caregivers. The recent opening of the first research center for hearing in France the Hearing Institute, an Institut Pasteur center (see Interview) will help boost this research and speed up the development of new diagnostic solutions and therapeutic approaches for hearing loss, which according to WHO will be the seventh leading cause of burden of disease by 2030. But there is one other ray of hope burgeoning on the horizon: Gene therapy. The results of the study will be used to develop therapies and to optimize the chances of success of therapeutic trials. Confrence Collge de France : Comment s'arrtent les pandmies ? Hallucinations in schizophrenic patients could be caused by an excess of brain predictions." Raphael made the distinction between audiologists doing research and clinicians, advising those in research to consider joining the research efforts to design diagnostic means that will determine presence/absence of hair cells and/or neurons, and if hair cells are absent, where in the cochlea this condition exists and what state the supporting cells are in. How does hearing loss occur? Aside from some surgical procedures that are not as commonly known, hearing deviceswhile being constantly upgraded in the digital agehave been the traditional source of help. By studying several individuals in families particularly affected by hearing loss, around 20 genes were identified, including connexin 26, discovered in 1997, which alone is responsible for half of all cases of hereditary hearing loss. Editorial: How can we reach a level of herd immunity that will protect us from COVID-19 ? The Research Journal : the most read articles in 2017! This adaptation can have a negative effect, as Diane Lazard explains. By continuing to use this website you are giving consent to cookies being used. Said Reid, We are developing technologies that enable precision gene therapy, which will enable us to control the expression of the transgene in the gene therapy and limit the resulting pharmacology to precise cell types in which we intend to elicit a biological response. Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries. It was the convergence of progress in biophysics, physiology and genetics all scientific approaches represented at the Hearing Institute and the consolidation of results in all these areas that led to such a major step forward in our knowledge of the auditory system. *With Dr. Yann Nguyen, ENT specialist at Piti-Salptrire Hospital in Paris. Knowing which gene is responsible can also inform the decision about the potential benefits of a hearing aid, since cochlear implants are unfortunately not suitable for some genetic impairments. Some error has occurred while processing your request. "Among the genes that we are studying, some are also responsible for presbycusis they speed up the aging of the inner ear," explains Saad, who is also working with the team led by Aziz El-Amraoui. The cochlea, the auditory sensory organ, wound in a spiral shape, is lined with auditory sensory cells that can be thought of like a piano keyboard each region deals with a specific frequency, with high sounds being picked up at the base of the spiral and low sounds at the other end. The figures are staggering: 466 million people worldwide currently have disabling hearing loss, including 34 million children, and by 2050 more than 900 million people will be affected that's one in ten! While hopes are high that this may soon be a therapeutic option for some patients with genetic hearing loss, it is important to keep in mind that a careful and systematic approach will be required to fully understand both the safety and efficacy of this treatment modality, he said. There are many causes: at birth ("congenital" hearing loss) it is caused by genetic factors in three quarters of cases, with the other quarter often being associated with an infection in the mother (e.g. New therapeutic options are therefore under exploration. Yellow fever, the story of a re-emerging virus. Why does bronchiolitis only affect infants?

As such, the therapy can be delivered directly to the relevant cells, which are non-dividing and offer a durable potential for gene therapy. This website uses cookies. As such, gene therapy presents an exciting prospect for future hearing restoration therapies.. At Michigan, Raphael and his colleagues are using combinatorial gene transfer methods to enhance the efficiency of new hair cells and are planning to enhance this approach and include other genes. And there are still many unanswered questions. Future targets for pharmaceutical treatments. This enabled us to reveal key molecular complexes involved in the processing of sound and to elucidate their properties. 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"If the efficacy of this therapy is confirmed, it could be offered to infants at the age of around 3 to 5 months, as soon as the genetic diagnosis has been confirmed," continues the scientist. Eye and Earnews release. "We are launching a study in patients aged around 60 with the first signs of Alzheimer's (presymptomatic patients) to look for any disturbances when they listen to these sounds," says the scientist, who is also interested in music: "Music stimulates predictive mechanisms in the processing of sound; if exposed to a repeated rhythm, for example, the brain will wait and synchronize itself with this rhythm. 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