Structure-function relations of two somatotopically corresponding regions of the rat cerebellar cortex: olivocortico-nuclear connections

@article{Pardoe2002StructurefunctionRO,
  title={Structure-function relations of two somatotopically corresponding regions of the rat cerebellar cortex: olivocortico-nuclear connections},
  author={Joanne Pardoe and Richard Apps},
  journal={The Cerebellum},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={165-184}
}
The somatotopical organization of the climbing fiber input to the paravermal region of lobulus simplex (LS, lobule VIa) was charted in the cerebellar cortex of anaesthetized rats. From medial to lateral in LS, zones a2, c1, c2 and c3 were identified. Forelimb responses were found in both LS and the paramedian lobule (PML) and simultaneous recordings from the c1 zone in both lobules showed that trial-by-trial fluctuations in climbing fiber field size evoked by ipsilateral forelimb stimulation… CONTINUE READING
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