All Relations between cerebellum and myelencephalon

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Janna Krahe, Imis Dogan, Claire Didszun, Shahram Mirzazade, Alexa Haeger, Nadim Joni Shah, Ilaria A Giordano, Thomas Klockgether, Guillaume Madelin, J\\xc3\\xb6rg B Schulz, Sandro Romanzetti, Kathrin Reet. Increased brain tissue sodium concentration in Friedreich ataxia: A multimodal MR imaging study. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 34 issue 2022 35500368 compared to controls, patients showed reduced brain volume in the right cerebellar lobules i-v (difference in means: -0.039% of total intracranial volume [ticv]; cohen's d\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa00.83), cerebellar white matter (wm) (-0.105%ticv; d\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.16), and brainstem (-0.167%ticv; d\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.22), including pons (-0.102%ticv; d\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.00), medulla (-0.036%ticv; d\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.72), and midbrain (-0.028%ticv; d\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.05). 2022-05-02 2022-05-06 Not clear
Shijia Ren, Meifang Chen, Lanying Yang, Zaiqun Li. 5-Hydroxytryptamine and Dopamine Neurons in the Cerebellum of the New-Hatching Yangtze Alligator Alligator sinensis. Anatomical record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007) vol 302 issue 6 2020 30315688 the results of cerebellar histological structure showed that there was a ventriculus cerebelli in the cerebellum of the new-hatching yangtze alligator, the surface of the cerebellar cortex was not very smooth, the cerebellar cortex could be divided into four layers, which include external granular layer, molecular layer, purkinje cell layer and granular layer, purkinje cell layer could be characterized specially by multilayer, two cerebellar nuclei termed as the nucleus cerebelli lateralis and the nucleus cerebelli medialis were found in the cerebellar medulla. 2020-07-06 2022-01-13 Not clear
Mario Mascalchi, Nicola Toschi, Marco Giannelli, Andrea Ginestroni, Riccardo Della Nave, Carlo Tessa, Silvia Piacentini, Maria Teresa Dotti, Marco Aiello, Emanuele Nicolai, Andrea Soricelli, Fabrizio Salvi, Stefano Diciott. Regional Cerebral Disease Progression in Friedreich's Ataxia: A Longitudinal Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study. Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging vol 26 issue 2 2017 26175281 mri has demonstrated brain damage in friedreich ataxia (frda) in form of regional atrophy of the medulla, peridentate cerebellar white matter (wm) and superior cerebellar peduncles (visible in t1-weighted images) and of change of microstructural characteristics of wm tracts of the brainstem, cerebellar peduncles, cerebellum, and supratentorial structures (visible through diffusion-weighted imaging). 2017-01-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mario Mascalchi, Stefano Diciotti, Marco Giannelli, Andrea Ginestroni, Andrea Soricelli, Emanuele Nicolai, Marco Aiello, Carlo Tessa, Lucia Galli, Maria Teresa Dotti, Silvia Piacentini, Elena Salvatore, Nicola Tosch. Progression of brain atrophy in spinocerebellar ataxia type 2: a longitudinal tensor-based morphometry study. PloS one vol 9 issue 2 2014 24586758 with respect to controls, sca2 patients showed significant higher atrophy rates in the midbrain, including substantia nigra, basis pontis, middle cerebellar peduncles and posterior medulla corresponding to the gracilis and cuneatus tracts and nuclei, cerebellar white matter (wm) and cortical gray matter (gm) in the inferior portions of the cerebellar hemisphers. 2014-12-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jia-xiang Wang, Peng Li, Yue Zho. Distribution and morphology of ghrelin-immunopositive cells in the cerebellum of the African ostrich. Tissue & cell vol 44 issue 6 2013 22795873 the cerebellar cortex comprises a molecular layer, a purkinje cell layer and a granular layer; ghrelin-immunopositive (ghrelin-ip) cells were localized throughout the entire cerebellum, but sparsely in the medulla. 2013-09-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
Raffaele Campisi, Nicola Ciancio, Laura Bivona, Annalisa Di Maria, Giuseppe Di Mari. Type I Arnold-Chiari malformation with bronchiectasis, respiratory failure, and sleep disordered breathing: a case report. Multidisciplinary respiratory medicine vol 8 issue 1 2013 23433005 arnold chiari malformation (acm) is defined as a condition where part of the cerebellar tissue herniates into the cervical canal toward the medulla and spinal cord resulting in a number of clinical manifestations. 2013-03-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
K Krishnan, N K Mitra, L S Yee, H M Yan. A comparison of neurotoxicity in cerebellum produced by dermal application of chlorpyrifos in young and adult mice. Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996) vol 119 issue 3 2012 21922192 the mean gfap-positive glial cell count in cerebellar medulla per mm(2) of section was significantly (p\xc2\xa0<\xc2\xa00.05) increased in adult mice exposed to cpf when compared with age-matched control. 2012-07-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
David S Paterson, Ryan Darnal. 5-HT2A receptors are concentrated in regions of the human infant medulla involved in respiratory and autonomic control. Autonomic neuroscience : basic & clinical vol 147 issue 1-2 2009 19213611 thus, 5-ht(2a) receptors are concentrated in regions involved in autonomic and respiratory control in the human infant medulla, and their developmental profile changes over the first year of life in the hypoglossal nucleus critical to airway patency and the inferior olivary complex essential to cerebellar function. 2009-06-26 2022-01-12 Not clear
Eugenia Kuteeva, Laura Calza, Kristina Holmberg, Elvar Theodorsson, Sven Ove Ogren, Tomas H\\xc3\\xb6kfel. Distribution of galanin in the brain of a galanin-overexpressing transgenic mouse. Neuropeptides vol 39 issue 3 2005 15944025 the highest levels of galanin expression were observed in the forebrain structures (the mitral cells of the olfactory bulb, throughout the cortex, granular and pyramidal cell layers of the hippocampus), in the mesencephalon (nucleus ruber), in the cerebellum (lateral cerebellar nucleus), in the pons (sensory and motor nuclei of the trigeminal nerve), within the medulla oblongata (facial, prepositus and spinal trigeminal nuclei). 2005-09-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
K Adachi, B N Rhue, M Li, M Izumi, H Osano, T Mitsum. Thyrotropin-releasing hormone and its receptor in the cerebellum of inferior olive destroyed rat brain. Neurological research vol 22 issue 4 2000 10874690 to elucidate the relationship between thyrotropin releasing hormone (trh) in the purkinje cell of cerebellum and the inferior olive nucleus, we investigated the concentrations of trh in the cerebellar cortex, nuclei, and medulla oblongata including the inferior olive nuclei using radioimmunoassay method as well as trh receptor in the purkinje cells of cerebellum using immunohistochemical method. 2000-10-19 2022-01-11 Not clear
L Qiu, M F Towle, P Bernd, K Fukad. Distribution of cholinergic neuronal differentiation factor/leukemia inhibitory factor binding sites in the developing and adult rat nervous system in vivo. Journal of neurobiology vol 32 issue 2 1997 9032660 high levels are also detected in several structures for the first time after p0, including the cerebellar cortex (molecular and purkinje cell layers), lateral reticular nucleus of the medulla and reticular formation, as well as the reticulotegmental, medial geniculate, solitary (rostral, dorsomedial, and commissural regions), medial septal, lateral mammillary, and lateral habenular nuclei. 1997-04-28 2022-01-10 Not clear
S M LeVine, D C Brow. IL-6 and TNFalpha expression in brains of twitcher, quaking and normal mice. Journal of neuroimmunology vol 73 issue 1-2 1997 9058758 astrocytes, with reactive features, and microglia were labeled in the cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, subcortical white matter, pons, medulla and cerebellar white matter. 1997-04-08 2022-01-10 Not clear
D A Ramsay, M J Shkru. Homicidal blunt head trauma, diffuse axonal injury, alcoholic intoxication, and cardiorespiratory arrest: a case report of a forensic syndrome of acute brainstem dysfunction. The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology vol 16 issue 2 1995 7572861 postmortem examination revealed diffuse scalp bruising, no evidence of a skull fracture, multiple small hemispheric contusions, severe cerebral edema secondary to ischemic encephalopathy, and axonal swellings in the corpus callosum, subcortical white matter, midbrain, right rostral inferior cerebellar peduncle, and medulla. 1995-11-20 2022-01-10 Not clear
K Ashwel. Microglia and cell death in the developing mouse cerebellum. Brain research. Developmental brain research vol 55 issue 2 1991 2253324 ameboid microglia are recognisable in the cerebellar medulla until p10, with particular concentrations where folia branch and in the rostral cerebellar peduncles. 1991-01-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
K Ashwel. Microglia and cell death in the developing mouse cerebellum. Brain research. Developmental brain research vol 55 issue 2 1991 2253324 by p1, concentrations of both pyknotic figures and ameboid microglia begin to appear in the region of the future cerebellar medulla. 1991-01-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
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