Rostral cerebellar malformation (rcm/rcm): a murine mutant to study regionalization of the cerebellum.

@article{Eisenman1998RostralCM,
  title={Rostral cerebellar malformation (rcm/rcm): a murine mutant to study regionalization of the cerebellum.},
  author={Leonard M. Eisenman and Robin Brothers},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1998},
  volume={394 1},
  pages={106-17}
}
A recently described recessive mouse mutant, rostral cerebellar malformation (rcm/rcm), demonstrates a swaying gait at approximately 12 days of age (Lane et al. [1992] J. Hered. 83:315-318). The mutant cerebellar (Cb) phenotype consists of cerebellar tissue that extends rostrally, beyond the usual distinct anterior cerebellar boundary, into the midbrain (Lane et al. [1992] J. Hered. 83:315-318; Ackerman et al. [1997] Nature 386:838-842). Interestingly, the cerebellar ectopia occurs in the… CONTINUE READING

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