Development of the Cerebellum from Molecular Aspects to Diseases / edited by Hassan Marzban.

Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017.
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Contemporary Clinical Neuroscience
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The authors present the most current and cutting-edge knowledge regarding the molecular basis of cerebellar development, focusing on information relevant to laboratory scientists and clinicians providing service to patients with cerebellar disorders. Knowledge obtained from advanced neuroimaging techniques that are used during development, and from molecular- and genetic-based studies has provided rapidly-growing evidence that the cerebellum is a brain region that is highly impacted by developmental defects. Cerebellar defects result in significant intellectual and motor function impairment that affects both the patients and their families.
Chapter1. The development of the cerebellum: from the beginnings
Part I: Responsibilities and liabilities
Chapter2. The embryology and anatomy of the cerebellum
Chapter 3. Cellular and genetic programs underlying cerebellum development
Chapter 4. Early Purkinje Cell Development and the Origins of Cerebellar Patterning. Chapter5. Cerebellar developmental disorders and cerebellar nuclei
Chapter6. Motor circuit abnormalities during cerebellar development
Chapter7. Developmental disorders of the cerebellum and neurotrophic factors
Chapter8. Apoptosis, Autophagy, and Unfolded Protein Response and Cerebellar Development
Chapter9. The ubiquitin proteasome system and cerebellar developmental disease
Chapter10. Epigenetics and Cerebellar Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Chapter11. Hormonal regulation of cerebellar development and its disorders
Chapter12. Infections of the Cerebellum
Chapter13. Neuroimmune mechanisms of cerebellar development and its developmental disorders
Chapter14. Teratogenic influences on cerebellar development
Chapter15. Primary pediatric brain tumors of the posterior fossa
Chapter16. Primary pediatric brain tumors of the posterior fossa
Chapter17. Can cerebellar neurodevelopmental disorders affect behavioral disorders or vice versa
Chapter18. Neurodevelopmental disorders of the cerebellum: autism spectrum disorder
Chapter19. Congenital cerebellar disease
Chapter20. Clinical features, assessment, and management of patients with developmental and other cerebellar disorders
Chapter21. Epidemiology of cerebellar disorders
Chapter22. Cerebellar transplantation: a potential model to study repair and development of neurons and circuits in the cerebellum.
Marzban, Hassan. editor.
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