Early hypergravity exposure effects calbindin-D28k and inositol-3-phosphate expression in Purkinje cells

@article{Bout2005EarlyHE,
  title={Early hypergravity exposure effects calbindin-D28k and inositol-3-phosphate expression in Purkinje cells},
  author={Valentine Bou{\"e}t and Freark Dijk and Jos Ijkema-Paassen and Ren{\'e} J Wubbels and Albert Gramsbergen},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={382},
  pages={10-15}
}
In this study the effects of hypergravity were analyzed on cerebellar Purkinje cells during early development in rats. The cerebellum is a key structure in the control and the adaptation of posture and anti-gravity activities. This holds particularly when external conditions are modified. Three groups of rats were conceived, born and reared in hypergravity (2g). At postnatal day 5 (P5), P10 or P15, they were exposed to normal gravity and at P40, the cerebella were investigated on the expression… CONTINUE READING

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