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1 Cerebellar Contribution to Anger Recognition Deficits in Huntington’s Disease Scharmüller, Wilfried
2013
12 6 p. 819-825
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2 Cerebellar Contribution to Mental Rotation: a cTBS Study Picazio, Silvia
2013
12 6 p. 856-861
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3 Comprehensive Phenotype of the p.Arg420his Allelic Form of Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 13 Subramony, SH
2013
12 6 p. 932-936
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4 Defining the Role of Cerebellar Purkinje Cells in Autism Spectrum Disorders Sudarov, Anamaria
2013
12 6 p. 950-955
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5 Frequency-Dependent Reliability of Spike Propagation Is Function of Axonal Voltage-Gated Sodium Channels in Cerebellar Purkinje Cells Yang, Zhilai
2013
12 6 p. 862-869
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6 Humor, Laughter, and the Cerebellum: Insights from Patients with Acute Cerebellar Stroke Frank, B.
2013
12 6 p. 802-811
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7 Lithium Chloride Alleviates Neurodegeneration Partly by Inhibiting Activity of GSK3β in a SCA3 Drosophila Model Jia, Dan-Dan
2013
12 6 p. 892-901
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8 Localization of CGRP Receptor Components, CGRP, and Receptor Binding Sites in Human and Rhesus Cerebellar Cortex Eftekhari, Sajedeh
2013
12 6 p. 937-949
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9 Migraineurs Without Aura Show Microstructural Abnormalities in the Cerebellum and Frontal Lobe Granziera, C.
2013
12 6 p. 812-818
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10 Motor Cortex Excitability in Acute Cerebellar Infarct Huynh, William
2013
12 6 p. 826-834
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11 MR Diffusion Histology and Micro-Tractography Reveal Mesoscale Features of the Human Cerebellum Dell’Acqua, Flavio
2013
12 6 p. 923-931
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12 Origin of the Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 7 Gene Mutation in Mexican Population Magaña, J. J.
2013
12 6 p. 902-905
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13 Physiotherapy in Degenerative Cerebellar Ataxias: Utilisation, Patient Satisfaction, and Professional Expertise Fonteyn, Ella M. R.
2013
12 6 p. 841-847
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14 Reply to Comment “Why Do Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Not Use Environmental Cues for Reducing Unpredictability of Sudden Gait Stopping?” on “Sudden Stopping in Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia” Serrao, Mariano
2013
12 6 p. 958-959
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15 Routine Clinical Testing Underestimates Proprioceptive Deficits in Friedreich’s Ataxia Borchers, Svenja
2013
12 6 p. 916-922
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16 Small Cerebellar Hemorrhage in Preterm Infants: Perinatal and Postnatal Factors and Outcome Steggerda, Sylke J.
2013
12 6 p. 794-801
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17 Socioeconomic Status and the Cerebellar Grey Matter Volume. Data from a Well-Characterised Population Sample Cavanagh, Jonathan
2013
12 6 p. 882-891
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18 Spatial and Temporal Expression of Lysosomal Acid Phosphatase 2 (ACP2) Reveals Dynamic Patterning of the Mouse Cerebellar Cortex Bailey, Karen
2013
12 6 p. 870-881
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19 Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 2 Neurodegeneration Differentially Affects Error-Based and Strategic-Based Visuomotor Learning Vaca-Palomares, Israel
2013
12 6 p. 848-855
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20 Stimulating the Cerebellum Affects Visuomotor Adaptation but not Intermanual Transfer of Learning Block, Hannah
2013
12 6 p. 781-793
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21 The Salih Ataxia Mutation Impairs Rubicon Endosomal Localization Assoum, M.
2013
12 6 p. 835-840
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22 Volumetric Analysis of Regional Variability in the Cerebellum of Children with Dyslexia Fernandez, Vindia G.
2013
12 6 p. 906-915
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23 Why Do Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Not Use Environmental Cues for Reducing Unpredictability of Sudden Gait Stopping? Iosa, M.
2013
12 6 p. 956-957
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