Leonard M.. Eisenman, PhD

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1020 Locust Street
Room 522
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-1686
(215) 923-3808 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Ethanol and vestibular stimulation reveal simple and complex aspects of cerebellar heterogeneity
  2. Purkinje cell compartmentation of the cerebellum of microchiropteran bats
  3. Motion sickness may be caused by a neurohumoral action of acetylcholine
  4. Compartmentation of the reeler cerebellum: Segregation and overlap of spinocerebellar and secondary vestibulocerebellar fibers and their target cells
  5. The ventral uvula of the mouse cerebellum: A neural target of ethanol and vestibular stimuli
  6. An absence of tinnitus
  7. Acute ethanol administration produces specific patterns of localization of Fos-immunoreactivity in the cerebellum and inferior olive of two inbred strains of mice
  8. Alcohol differentially affects c-Fos expression in the supraoptic nucleus of long-sleep and short-sleep mice
  9. Antero-posterior boundaries and compartments in the cerebellum: Evidence from selected neurological mutants
  10. Inferior olivary-induced expression of Fos-like immunoreactivity in the cerebellar nuclei of wild-type and Lurcher mice
  11. Neonatal Borna disease virus infection in the rat causes a loss of Purkinje cells in the cerebellum
  12. Regionalization defects in the weaver mouse cerebellum
  13. Rostral cerebellar malformation (rcm/rcm): A murine mutant to study regionalization of the cerebellum
  14. Stripes and zones: The origins of regionalization of the adult cerebellum
  15. A genetic animal model of human neocortical heterotopia associated with seizures
  16. Correspondence between L7-lacZ-expressing Purkinje cells and labeled olivocerebellar fibers during late embryogenesis in the mouse
  17. Developmental analysis of GFAP immunoreactivity in the cerebellum of the meander tail mutant mouse
  18. Morphological correlates of bilateral synchrony in the rat cerebellar cortex
  19. Further evidence for a unique developmental compartment in the cerebellum of the meander tail mutant mouse as revealed by the quantitative analysis of Purkinje cells
  20. Development of the spinocerebellar projection in the prenatal mouse