Cerebellar Modules, Molecules, Morphology and Function by N M Gerrits

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9: 1608-1620. T. and Goldowitz, D. (1990) Purkinje cell loss is due to a direct action of the weaver gene in Purldnje cells: evidence from chimeric mice. Dev. , 52:211-218. , Nakagawa, S. , Mishina, M. and Inoue, Y. (1996) Developmental changes in expression and distribution of the glutamate receptor channel ~2 subunit according to Purkinje cell maturation. Dev. , 92: 147-155. , Plummet, J. and Hawkes, R. (1992) Novel developmental boundary in the cerebellum revealed by zebrin expression in the Lurcher (Lc/+) mutant mouse.

192: 162-172. Voogd, J. (1967) Comparative aspects of the structure and fibre connections of the mammalian cerebellum. Prog. , 25: 94-134. Voogd, J. (1969) The importance of fiber connections in the comparative anatomy of the mammalian cerebellum. In: R. ), Neurobiology of Cerebellar Evolution and Development. AMA-ERF Institute for Biomedical Research, Chicago, pp. 493-541. J. and Heintz, N. (1997) Neurodegeneration in Lurcher mice caused by mutation in the ~2 glutamate receptor gene. Nature, 388: 769-773.

His contributions are seminal to our current thinking about cerebellar organization. , have attested to the validity of his observations and the interpretations he ascribed to those observations. The cerebellum will never be the same again. The deceptive histological homogeneity of the cerebellar cortical architecture has succumbed to the intricate and complicated heterogeneity of parasagittal compartments interlacing with antero-posterior compartments. In dedication to Professor Voogd, and with a true sense of admiration and warm friendship, I offer my contribution to this celebratory volume.

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