By N M Gerrits
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Fig. 2A, lower traces). , 1998). Thus as summarized in the frequency distribution histogram (Fig. 6% of wild-type PCs recorded in the present study (P22-P59) are innervated by one, two and three CFs, respectively. 1% had two and three discrete steps, respectively (Fig. 2B, left panel). The difference of CF innervation between the wild-type and Gaq mutant mice during P22-P59 could be due to the retardation of general cerebellar maturation in the Gaq mutant mice. To assess this possibility, we examined CF-EPSCs in older mice (P70-P109) (Fig.