Preterm Delivery Disrupts the Developmental Program of the Cerebellum

@inproceedings{Haldipur2011PretermDD,
  title={Preterm Delivery Disrupts the Developmental Program of the Cerebellum},
  author={Parthiv Haldipur and Upasna Bharti and Corinne Alberti and Chitra Sarkar and Geetika Gulati and Soumya Iyengar and Pierre Gressens and Shyamala Mani},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
A rapid growth in human cerebellar development occurs in the third trimester, which is impeded by preterm delivery. The goal of this study was to characterize the impact of preterm delivery on the developmental program of the human cerebellum. Still born infants, which meant that all development up to that age had taken place in-utero, were age paired with preterm delivery infants, who had survived in an ex-utero environment, which meant that their development had also taken place outside the… CONTINUE READING

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