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Developing Human Cerebellum 1 Month Postnatal

(A–X) A greater EGL cell density and reduced EGL thickness were reported in preterms with ex-utero exposure, as compared to their age matched stillborn controls.

ML thickness was increased in pre-terms with ex-utero exposure born after 34 weeks gestation, as compared to their age matched controls.

Compare E with F, G with H and I with J.

Abbreviations
  • mon PN = postnatal months - born at term
  • EGL = external granular layer
  • ML = molecular layer
  • PL = purkinje cell layer
  • IGL = internal granular layer

Cresyl violet stained sections

Scale bar = 50 µm

Links: cerebellum

Reference

Haldipur P, Bharti U, Alberti C, Sarkar C, Gulati G, Iyengar S, Gressens P & Mani S. (2011). Preterm delivery disrupts the developmental program of the cerebellum. PLoS ONE , 6, e23449. PMID: 21858122 DOI.


Copyright

© 2011 Haldipur et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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