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Diversity and dynamism in the cerebellum.

Research group De Zeeuw
Publication year 2021
Published in Nature Neuroscience
Authors C.I. De Zeeuw, S.G. Lisberger, J.L. Raymond

The past several years have brought revelations and paradigm shifts in research on the cerebellum. Historically viewed as a simple sensorimotor controller with homogeneous architecture, the cerebellum is increasingly implicated in cognitive functions. It possesses an impressive diversity of molecular, cellular and circuit mechanisms, embedded in a dynamic, recurrent circuit architecture. Recent insights about the diversity and dynamism of the cerebellum provide a roadmap for the next decade of cerebellar research, challenging some old concepts, reinvigorating others and defining major new research directions.

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