Neurofilament Heavy Chain Expression Reveals a Unique Parasagittal Stripe Topography in the Mouse Cerebellum

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Despite the general uniformity in cellular composition of the adult cerebellum (Cb), the expression of proteins such as ZebrinII/AldolaseC and the small heat shock protein HSP25 reveal striking patterns of parasagittal Purkinje cell (PC) stripes. Based on differences in the stripe configuration within subsets of lobules, the Cb can be further divided into… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12311-010-0156-y

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@article{Demilly2010NeurofilamentHC, title={Neurofilament Heavy Chain Expression Reveals a Unique Parasagittal Stripe Topography in the Mouse Cerebellum}, author={Adrien Demilly and Stacey L. Reeber and Samrawit A. Gebre and Roy V. Sillitoe}, journal={The Cerebellum}, year={2010}, volume={10}, pages={409-421} }