Correspondence between L7-lacZ-expressing Purkinje cells and labeled olivocerebellar fibers during late embryogenesis in the mouse.

@article{Paradies1996CorrespondenceBL,
  title={Correspondence between L7-lacZ-expressing Purkinje cells and labeled olivocerebellar fibers during late embryogenesis in the mouse.},
  author={M A Paradies and Holly L. Grishkat and Richard J Smeyne and John Oberdick and J. I. Morgan and Leonard M. Eisenman},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1996},
  volume={374 3},
  pages={451-66}
}
It has been suggested that Purkinje cells (PC) play a role in organizing topographic relationships of several cerebellar afferent systems, including olivocerebellar fibers. This hypothesis is based on the observation that PC in the rat express biochemical heterogeneities during the presumptive period of olivocerebellar fiber ingrowth to the cerebellum. Previous studies designed to investigate the organization of murine olivocerebellar fibers during embryogenesis have suggested that interactions… CONTINUE READING
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