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Figure 1: Overall sex bias in basic and preclinical noise-induced hearing loss studies from January 2011 to December 2015. (A) Total number of manuscripts reviewed compared to the total number that did or did not report the total number of animals. (B) Number of manuscripts reporting the sex of the animals used in experiments. (C) Number of manuscripts using only males, only females, or both sexes. (D) Total number of participants used across studies compared to the total number of male and female participants

Figure 1: Overall sex bias in basic and preclinical noise-induced hearing loss studies from January 2011 to December 2015. (A) Total number of manuscripts reviewed compared to the total number that did or did not report the total number of animals. (B) Number of manuscripts reporting the sex of the animals used in experiments. (C) Number of manuscripts using only males, only females, or both sexes. (D) Total number of participants used across studies compared to the total number of male and female participants