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GluRδ2 Expression in the Mature Cerebellum of Hotfoot Mice Promotes Parallel Fiber Synaptogenesis and Axonal Competition

By Georgia Mandolesi, Eleonora Autuori, Roberta Cesa, Federica Premoselli, Paolo Cesare and Piergiorgio Strata
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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