Time of origin of unipolar brush cells in the rat cerebellum as observed by prenatal bromodeoxyuridine labeling.

@article{Sekerkov2004TimeOO,
  title={Time of origin of unipolar brush cells in the rat cerebellum as observed by prenatal bromodeoxyuridine labeling.},
  author={Gabriella Sekerkov{\'a} and Ema Iliji{\'c} and Enrico Mugnaini},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={127 4},
  pages={845-58}
}
Unipolar brush cells (UBCs) are a class of excitatory, glutamatergic interneurons occurring at high density in the granular layer of the vestibulo-cerebellum. UBCs are intermediate in size between granule cells, which in rat originate postnatally from precursors in the external granular layer, and Golgi cells, which are generated prenatally and postnatally from precursors in the ventricular zone that continue to divide while they migrate toward the cortex. The origin of the UBCs is still poorly… CONTINUE READING
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