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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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This consists of the stellate cells in the superficial part and the basket cells in the deeper region, near the Purkinje cells, with the middle layer or Purkinje layer (PL) being composed of Purkinje cell bodies and the inner layer, or granular layer (GL), containing large Golgi cell below the Purkinje cells, with an abundance of darkly stained granule cells.
Maex, "The function of cerebellar Golgi cells revisited," Progress in Brain Research, vol.
Likewise, in the cerebellar cortex, while VZ progenitors generate only inhibitory neurons, such as Purkinje cells and Golgi cells, (31) excitatory neurons such as granule cells and unipolar brush cells are generated in a neighboring germinal zone, the upper rhombic lip.