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Cerebellar cortical organization: a one-map hypothesis
The fundamental architecture of the cerebellum is concealed within a terminological forest — transverse zones and stripes, longitudinal zones and microzones, patches, etc. Expand
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Anatomical and physiological foundations of cerebellar information processing
A coordinated movement is easy to recognize, but we know little about how it is achieved. In search of the neural basis of coordination, we present a model of spinocerebellar interactions in whichExpand
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The Distribution of Climbing and Mossy Fiber Collateral Branches from the Copula Pyramidis and the Paramedian Lobule: Congruence of Climbing Fiber Cortical Zones and the Pattern of Zebrin Banding
Individual cerebellar cortical zones defined by the somatotopy of climbing fiber responses and by their olivo-cortico-nuclear connections located in the paramedian lobule and the copula pyramidis ofExpand
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Somatotopical organisation within the climbing fibre projection to the paramedian lobule and copula pyramidis of the rat cerebellum
The climbing fibre projection to the paramedian lobule (lobule VII) and the copula pyramidis (lobule VIII) in the posterior lobe of the rat cerebellum was investigated in pentobarbitone‐anaesthetisedExpand
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Precise Spatial Relationships between Mossy Fibers and Climbing Fibers in Rat Cerebellar Cortical Zones
Classically, mossy fiber and climbing fiber terminals are regarded as having very different spatial distributions in the cerebellar cortex. However, previous anatomical studies have not studied theseExpand
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Back to front: cerebellar connections and interactions with the prefrontal cortex
Although recent neuroanatomical evidence has demonstrated closed-loop connectivity between prefrontal cortex and the cerebellum, the physiology of cerebello-cerebral circuits and the extent to whichExpand
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Redefining the cerebellar cortex as an assembly of non-uniform Purkinje cell microcircuits
The adult mammalian cerebellar cortex is generally assumed to have a uniform cytoarchitecture. Differences in cerebellar function are thought to arise primarily through distinct patterns of input andExpand
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Columnar organisation of the inferior olive projection to the posterior lobe of the rat cerebellum
  • Richard Apps
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of comparative neurology
  • 8 December 1990
The organisation of the olivocerebellar projection to lobules VI, VIII, and IX of the posterior lobe of the rat cerebellum was investigated in detail by using the retrograde tracer wheat germExpand
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Differential effects of trans‐crotononitrile and 3‐acetylpyridine on inferior olive integrity and behavioural performance in the rat
The inferior olive climbing fibre projection is key to cerebellar contributions to motor control. Here we present evidence for a novel tool, trans‐crotononitrile (TCN), to selectively inactivate theExpand
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Cerebellar Modules and Their Role as Operational Cerebellar Processing Units
The compartmentalization of the cerebellum into modules is often used to discuss its function. Expand
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