List of contributors. Preface. Acknowledgements. I.
Development and compartmentation of cerebellar cortex.
1. Functional cloning of candidate genes that regulate purkinje
cell-specific gene expression. 2. Transverse and longitudinal
patterns in the mammalian cerebellum. 3. An anatomical model of
cerebellar modules. II. Neurotransmission in cerebellar
cortex. 4. The distribution of corticotropin-releasing factor
(CRF), CRF binding sites and CRF1 receptor mRNA in the
mouse cerebellum. 5. The physiological effects of serotonin on
spontaneous and amino acid-induced activation of cerebellar
nuclear cells: an in vivo study in the cat. 6. Cholinergic
innervation and receptors in the cerebellum. 7. Molecular
organization of cerebellar glutamate synapses. 8.
Compartmentalised distribution of GABAA and glutamate
receptors in relation to transmitter release sites on the surface
of cerebellar neurons. III. Unipolar brush cells in cerebellar
cortex. 9. The unipolar brush cells of the mammalian
cerebellum and cochlear nucleus: cytology and microcircuitry. 10.
Physiology of transmission at a giant glutamatergic synapse in
cerebellum. IV. Anatomy and physiology of cerebellar
nuclei. 11. Cerebellar nuclei: the olivary connection. 12.
Functional significance of excitatory projections from the
precerebellar nuclei to interpositus and dentate nucleus neurons
for mediating motor, premotor and parietal cortical inputs. 13.
Involvement of cerebellar cortex and nuclei in the genesis and
control of unconditioned and conditioned eyelid motor responses.
V. Pontocerebellar connections. 14. Salient anatomic