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Paraneoplastic cerebellar ataxia due to autoantibodies against a glutamate receptor.
There are many types of cerebellar ataxia, including ataxia due to congenital or metabolic disorders and a paraneoplastic form in patients with gynecologic cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, orExpand
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The unipolar brush cells of the mammalian cerebellum and cochlear nucleus: cytology and microcircuitry.
The unipolar brush cell (UBC) is a novel type of small neuron that is characterized by sets of morphological and chemical phenotypes. UBCs occur in the granular layer of the mammalian cerebellarExpand
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Mesencephalic cuneiform nucleus and its ascending and descending projections serve stress-related cardiovascular responses in the rat.
The aim of the present study was to explore the neuroanatomic network that underlies the cardiovascular responses of reticular formation origin in the region of the cuneiform nucleus (CNF). The studyExpand
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Differential expression of liprin‐α family proteins in the brain suggests functional diversification
Liprin‐α proteins are major protein constituents of synapses and are important for the organization of synaptic vesicles and neurotransmitter receptors on their respective sides of the synapse.Expand
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Chapter 5 Cholinergic innervation and receptors in the cerebellum
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the physiological and behavioral effects of acetylcholin (ACh) in the cerebellum and cholinergic innervation of the cerebellum. The overall levels of ACh andExpand
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Metabotropic glutamate receptors are associated with non-synaptic appendages of unipolar brush cells in rat cerebellar cortex and cochlear nuclear complex
Unipolar brush cells (UBCs) are a class of small neurons that are densely concentrated in the granular layers of the vestibulocerebellar cortex and dorsal cochlear nucleus. The UBCs form giantExpand
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A novel mouse model with impaired dynein/dynactin function develops amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)-like features in motor neurons and improves lifespan in SOD1-ALS mice.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal neurodegenerative condition characterized by progressive motor neuron degeneration and muscle paralysis. Genetic evidence from man and mouse hasExpand
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Loss of Hoxb8 alters spinal dorsal laminae and sensory responses in mice
Although Hox gene expression has been linked to motoneuron identity, a role of these genes in development of the spinal sensory system remained undocumented. Hoxb genes are expressed at high levelsExpand
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Arc expression identifies the lateral amygdala fear memory trace
Memories are encoded within sparsely distributed neuronal ensembles. However, the defining cellular properties of neurons within a memory trace remain incompletely understood. Using aExpand
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Spinal Inhibitory Interneuron Pathology Follows Motor Neuron Degeneration Independent of Glial Mutant Superoxide Dismutase 1 Expression in SOD1-ALS Mice
Motor neuron degeneration and skeletal muscle denervation are hallmarks of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), but other neuron populations and glial cells are also involved in ALS pathogenesis. WeExpand
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