Cerebellar network plasticity: from genes to fast oscillation.

  title={Cerebellar network plasticity: from genes to fast oscillation.},
  author={Guy Cheron and Laurent Servais and Bernard Dan},
  volume={153 1},
The role of the cerebellum has been increasingly recognized not only in motor control but in sensory, cognitive and emotional learning and regulation. Purkinje cells, being the sole output from the cerebellar cortex, occupy an integrative position in this network. Plasticity at this level is known to critically involve calcium signaling. In the last few years, electrophysiological study of genetically engineered mice has demonstrated the topical role of several genes encoding calcium-binding… CONTINUE READING


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