Official publication of the Society for Research on the Cerebellum devoted to genetics of cerebellar ataxias, role of cerebellum in motor control and cognitive function, and amid an ageing population, diseases associated with cerebellar dysfunction.
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Age-Dependent White Matter Characteristics of the Cerebellar Peduncles from Infancy Through Adolescence
Ophthalmological and Neurologic Manifestations in Pre-clinical and Clinical Phases of Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 7
Type 1 Sialidosis Patient With a Novel Deletion Mutation in the NEU1 Gene: Case Report and Literature Review
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