The ventral uvula of the mouse cerebellum: a neural target of ethanol and vestibular stimuli.

Abstract

The present study demonstrates that mice exposed to vertical translation stimulation exhibit a distinct parasagittal pattern of Fos-immunoreactive (Fos-IR) granule cells in the ventral uvula of the cerebellum. This pattern is identical to one produced by acute ethanol treatment. In contrast, yaw stimulation produces an entirely different pattern in this… (More)

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