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Ramnani, "Frontal lobe and posterior parietal contributions to the cortico-cerebellar system," Cerebellum, vol.
T1, T2, FLAIR, and MRA brain magnetic resonance imaging showed a brain tumor in the right cerebellum measuring 4 cm in diameter, which was well defined and showed a clear boundary.
There was no significant effect of age; however, TRF supplementation significantly decreased the L-ornithine level in the cerebellum of old rats compared to the control (unsupplemented) (p <0.01).
7 December 2016 - US-based asset management firm Victory Capital's parent company, Victory Capital Holdings, Inc., has acquired a minority stake in investment management firm Cerebellum Capital, the company said.
The cerebellum, located at the base of the brain, is responsible for coordination of movement and plays a role in balance.
The second chapter describes how the role attributed to the cerebellum in neurological function has been extended, in the last two decades, moving from the idea of a controller for highly complex motor actions, to the idea of its contribution not only to motor control but also to the higher cognitive, neuropsychological and social functions.
The cerebellum has traditionally been looked upon as a brain area primarily involved in motor behavior.
'O' blood type is associated with larger grey-matter volumes in the cerebellum. Brain Res Bull.
"The cerebellum is being activated in drawing because its role in motor control is to make error corrections," argued Charles Muncal on Facebook.
[2.] Ambler M, Pogacar S, Sidman R: Lhermitte-Duclos disease (granule cell hypertrophy of the cerebellum).
The work details how sequentially applying several signaling molecules to three-dimensional cultures of human embryotic stem cells prompts the cells to differentiate into functioning cerebellar neurons that self-organize to form the proper dorsal/ventral patterning and multi-layer structure found in the natural developing cerebellum.
The vertebrobasilar system provides blood to the cerebellum, brain stem, occipital lobes, and posterior portions of the temporal lobes and partially to the internal capsules, thalami, and basal ganglia.
The growing literature demonstrates that noise exposure could induce behavioral changes related to the cerebellum. (6) It is also wellknown that the developmental period of cerebellum extends to the first 3 postnatal weeks in rat (7) and the long developmental stage of the cerebellum makes it particularly vulnerable to stressful experiences.
Upon fixation, segments of brain tissue were cut out of convexital surface of the sensorimotor cortex, hypothalamus, and cerebellum and embedded in paraffin.
The FXYD family protein, FXYD1 (Phospholemman), is also expressed in Purkinje cells and the molecular layer of the cerebellum [8], but this protein was not analyzed in this study.