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The brains were removed and cerebellums were separated and transversely sliced.
Objective: To study and compare the histomorphological changes induced by second generation (2G), third generation (3G) and fourth generation (4G) mobile phone electromagnetic fields on the organization of Purkinje cell layer of rat cerebellum.
The compound was injected into the Down syndrome-like mice just once, on the day of birth, while their cerebellums were still developing.
35) Additionally, only GAD65 is diminished in the dentate nucleus of autistic cerebellums.
3-6) Autistic brains show anatomical alterations in many areas of the limbic system including the hippocampus, the amygdala and the anterior cingulate gyrus, the septum as well as the prefrontal cortex and the cerebellum being the latter one of the most evident and commonly seen brain structure altered in autism.
Source: "Effects of Local Anesthesia of the Cerebellum on Classical Fear Conditioning in Goldfish," Masayuki Yoshida and Ruriko Hirano, Behavioral and Brain Functions, BioMed Central, www.
And as Ashe points out, it may be that some cerebellums are better than others in translating hours in the studio to brilliant movement onstage.
A recent scientific study provides a surprising answer: a lump of brain tissue at the back and base of your skull called the cerebellum.
Legacy data integration for those applications continues to be a significant challenge for corporate customers and software vendors," said Todd Olson, chief technology officer and co-founder of Cerebellum Software.
Cerebellum products are part of the emerging Internet Data Integration market space, recently recognized by leading analyst firms such as Giga Information Group, for improving time to market of Web-based projects that must integrate with back-end data or require mapping of EJB components with data sources.
A 30-day free trial developer's license can be downloaded from Cerebellum Software's website at http://www.
Cerebellum Software is a Pittsburgh-based company co-founded in 1996 by two Carnegie Mellon University graduates and currently employs 56.
The Java HotSpot Performance Engine improved the performance of our debut application development product, Cerebellum, by at least 20 percent," said Todd Olson, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder, Cerebellum Software.