The lateral reticular nucleus in the cat I. Mossy fibre distribution in cerebellar cortex

@article{Clendenin1974TheLR,
  title={The lateral reticular nucleus in the cat I. Mossy fibre distribution in cerebellar cortex},
  author={M A Clendenin and C. -F. Ekerot and O. Oscarsson and Ingmar Ros{\'e}n},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1974},
  volume={21},
  pages={473-486}
}
1. The areas of the cerebellar cortex receiving fibres from the mLRN (major portion of the lateral reticular nucleus comprising its parvi- and magnocellular parts) were determined by identifying the low-threshold spots on the cerebellar surface from which 286 mLRN neurones could be antidromically activated. 2. The mLRN fibres terminate bilaterally in the anterior lobe and pyramis, and ipsilaterally in the paramedian lobule. Some fibres terminate also in the rostral part of lobule VI but hardly… CONTINUE READING

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