Inner Hair Cells

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The cells within the organ of Corti that are responsible for encoding neural impulses for sound. These ciliated cells are located on the medial side of the arch of Corti, and are found spiraling the length of the cochlea. Only one hair cell is seen on any cross-section of the cochlea, where 3 to 5 outer hair cells ae found sitting side by side.