Heterogeneity of calretinin expression in the avian cerebellar cortex of pigeons and relationship with zebrin II.

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The cerebellar cortex has a fundamental parasagittal organization that is reflected in the physiological responses of Purkinje cells, projections of Purkinje cells, afferent inputs from climbing and mossy fibres and the expression of several molecular markers. The most thoroughly studied of these molecular markers is zebrin II (ZII; a.k.a. aldolase C). ZII… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jchemneu.2013.07.005

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@article{Wylie2013HeterogeneityOC, title={Heterogeneity of calretinin expression in the avian cerebellar cortex of pigeons and relationship with zebrin II.}, author={Douglas R Wylie and Meagan Jensen and Cristian Gutierrez-Ibanez and David J L Graham and Andrew N Iwaniuk}, journal={Journal of chemical neuroanatomy}, year={2013}, volume={52}, pages={95-103} }