The identification of mossy fibres and their cells of origin in the normal and Lurcher mutant mouse.

Abstract

The behavioural mutant mouse Lurcher survives to adult life as the heterozygote (Lc/+) and shows a disorder of gait. The neurological lesion has been shown to involve degeneration of Purkinje cells and inferior olivary neurones (Caddy and Biscoe 1976). It follows that the climbing fibre input is reduced and we wished to know if the mossy fibre input was… (More)

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