Target-specific innervation of embryonic cerebellar transplants by regenerating olivocerebellar axons in the adult rat.

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The reestablishment of topographically organized connections is a necessary prerequisite to obtain a full anatomical repair following brain injury. One system where such an issue can be addressed is the olivocerebellar system, where, normally, clusters of inferior olive neurons project to neurochemically heterogeneous Purkinje cell compartments defined by… (More)

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@article{Rossi2002TargetspecificIO, title={Target-specific innervation of embryonic cerebellar transplants by regenerating olivocerebellar axons in the adult rat.}, author={Ferdinando Dott. Rossi and Claudia Saggiorato and Piergiorgio Strata}, journal={Experimental neurology}, year={2002}, volume={173 2}, pages={205-12} }