Granule cell dispersion is restricted across transverse boundaries in mouse chimeras.

@article{Hawkes1999GranuleCD,
  title={Granule cell dispersion is restricted across transverse boundaries in mouse chimeras.},
  author={Richard Hawkes and Elaine Beierbach and S. S. Tan},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={11 11},
  pages={
          3800-8
        }
}
The granular layer of the developing and adult cerebellum is marked by the presence of several transverse boundaries, revealed in gene expression patterns or as a consequence of genetic mutations. It is unclear whether these boundaries represent fundamental differences between granule cell populations or if they are a secondary response to regional differences in the underlying Purkinje cells. One possibility is that boundaries mark different spatial domains of granule cells in a lineage… CONTINUE READING

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