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Cell death in weaver mouse cerebellum.Academic Article Why?
Alcohol consumption by nursing rats and its effect on the cerebellum of the offspring.Academic Article Why?
Antioxidant responses to chronic hypoxia in the rat cerebellum and pons.Academic Article Why?
Bidirectional parallel fiber plasticity in the cerebellum under climbing fiber control.Academic Article Why?
Chloride and potassium changes measured during spreading depression in catfish cerebellum.Academic Article Why?
Developmental PCB exposure induces hypothyroxinemia and sex-specific effects on cerebellum glial protein levels in rats.Academic Article Why?
Dysfunction of the basal ganglia, but not the cerebellum, impairs kinaesthesia.Academic Article Why?
Potassium, calcium, chloride and sodium changes in extracellular space during spreading depression in cerebellum [proceedings].Academic Article Why?
Purkinje cell NMDA receptors assume a key role in synaptic gain control in the mature cerebellum.Academic Article Why?
Regulation of nuclear coactivator and corepressor expression in mouse cerebellum by thyroid hormone.Academic Article Why?
Rhombencephalosynapsis: Fused cerebellum, confused geneticists.Academic Article Why?
The cerebellum in health and disease.Academic Article Why?
The cerebellum participates in mental activity: tomographic measurements of regional cerebral blood flow.Academic Article Why?
Trial-to-trial Adaptation: Parsing out the Roles of Cerebellum and BG in Predictive Motor Timing.Academic Article Why?
Dobyns, WilliamPerson Why?
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