The parasagittal zonation within the olivocerebellar projection. I. Climbing fiber distribution in the vermis of cat cerebellum.

@article{Groenewegen1977ThePZ,
  title={The parasagittal zonation within the olivocerebellar projection. I. Climbing fiber distribution in the vermis of cat cerebellum.},
  author={Henk J. Groenewegen and J. J. Voogd},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1977},
  volume={174 3},
  pages={
          417-88
        }
}
After lesions of inferior olive, survival times of 5 to 12 days and Nauta staining, degeneration is present in white matter and central cerebellar nuclei and Deiters' nucleus. Shorter survival times from 40 to 60 hours and Fink-Heimer impregnantion reveal degenerating climbing fiber terminals in the molecular layer. With 3H-leucine autoradiography and survival times of three to seven days the entire trajectory of the climbing fibers can be traced. Olivocerebellar fibers cross in the brain stem… CONTINUE READING
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