GLAST Essential for Climbing Fibre Innervation of Purkinje Cells

News   Jul 31, 2017 | Original Story from Hokkaido University

 
Bergmann Glia Molecule Essential for Correct Neuronal Wiring in the Cerebellum

In the normal mice (left panel), connections between Purkinje cells (asterisks) and climbing fibers or parallel fibers are thoroughly wrapped by Bergmann glia (colored in red), whereas they are exposed to their neighbors in the knockout mice lacking GLAST (right panel, arrowheads). Credit: Hokkaido University

 
 
 

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