Four distinct phases of basket/stellate cell migration after entering their final destination (the molecular layer) in the developing cerebellum.

@article{Cameron2009FourDP,
  title={Four distinct phases of basket/stellate cell migration after entering their final destination (the molecular layer) in the developing cerebellum.},
  author={Donald Bryant Cameron and Kazue Kasai and Yulan Jiang and Taofang Hu and Yoshinaga Saeki and Hitoshi Komuro},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={332 2},
  pages={309-24}
}
In the adult cerebellum, basket/stellate cells are scattered throughout the ML, but little is known about the process underlying the cell dispersion. To determine the allocation of stellate/basket cells within the ML, we examined their migration in the early postnatal mouse cerebellum. We found that after entering the ML, basket/stellate cells sequentially exhibit four distinct phases of migration. First, the cells migrated radially from the bottom to the top while exhibiting saltatory movement… CONTINUE READING

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