The cells and molecules that make a cerebellum

@article{Goldowitz1998TheCA,
  title={The cells and molecules that make a cerebellum},
  author={D. Goldowitz and K. Hamre},
  journal={Trends in Neurosciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={21},
  pages={375-382}
}
The molecular underpinnings of cerebellar development are being established through the identification of naturally occurring mutated genes and the knockout of other genes. Sets of genes expressed in the regions of the mes- and metencephalon have been shown to play a crucial role in specifying the cerebellar anlage. Other genes have been shown to be crucial to early granule-cell development, migration of Purkinje and granule cells, and neuron-glia interactions. However, the process of… Expand
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