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About the mossy-granule synapse (glomerulus)About the mossy-granule synapse (glomerulus)
On the first picture, we can see where is the cerebral cortex, which is the grey matter. There are three layers, the granule cell layer that is deepest. Climbing fiber
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Nolte – Chapter 20 – CerebellumNolte – Chapter 20 – Cerebellum
The floculus of each side is (almost) pinched off in the front. The nodulus is the vermal portion of the floculonodular lobe and continue laterally into the floculus. The tonsils are the hemisphereal portions across the posterolateral fissure from. Climbing fiber
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Motor neurophysiologyMotor neurophysiology
Muscle contraction only occurs in response to action potentials in alpha motor neurons, which originate in the ventral gray matter of the spinal cord (and brainstem nuclei) and constitute the final common path for motor control. Climbing fiber
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The CerebellumThe Cerebellum
Posterolateral Fissure- demarcation between Posterior Lobe and Flocculonodular Lobe. Climbing fiber
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Lecture 16 W3005/4005 db kelleyLecture 16 W3005/4005 db kelley
Thus modifications of cerebellar ouput are due to increases or decreases in inhibition; inhibition is as, or perhaps even more, important than excitation for motor circuits. Climbing fiber
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Cerebellum – anatomy of cerebellumCerebellum – anatomy of cerebellum
Three pairs of deep cerebellar nuclei: dentate nuclei, interposed (globose and emboliform), and fastigial nuclei. Climbing fiber
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The cerebellumThe cerebellum
It is a striking feature of cerebellar organization that the number of afferent fibers leading to the cerebellum is much larger than the number of fibers leading out. Climbing fiber
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Parasagittal stripes: the basis of cerebellar microcircuits?Parasagittal stripes: the basis of cerebellar microcircuits?
These stripes, which have been given names (1+, 1−, 2+, 2−, etc.), are constant in their presence and location within a species and to some extent across species. Climbing fiber
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Cerebellum and Basal Ganglia disorders Amy Bastian PhDCerebellum and Basal Ganglia disorders Amy Bastian PhD
It is also clear that the cerebellum exerts control over the flexibility of these behaviors; cerebellar integrity is critical for trial-and-error adaptation (motor learning) of motor behaviors to new contexts. Climbing fiber
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Supplementary Material Antibody labellingSupplementary Material Antibody labelling
A/B (Chemicon, 1: 50); rabbit gfap (dako, 1: 500), mouse mbp (Chemicon, 1: 100), mouse O4 (Chemicon, 1: 40). Secondary antibodies were: goat anti-rabbit (Chemicon, 1: 1500), goat anti-mouse IgG (Chemicon, 1: 300), goat anti-mouse Igm fab. Climbing fiber
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