Publications by: Rachel M. Sherrard

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Sherrard, Rachel M., Dixon, Kirsty J., Bakouche, Joelle, Rodger, Jenny, Lemaigre-Dubreuil, Yolande, and Mariani, Jean (2009) Differential expression of TrkB isoforms switches climbing fiber-purkinje cell synaptogenesis to selective synapse elimination. Developmental Neurobiology, 69 (10). pp. 647-662.

Willson, Melina L., McElnea, Catriona, Mariani, Jean, Lohof, Ann M., and Sherrard, Rachel M. (2008) BDNF increases homotypic olivocerebellar reinnervation and associated fine motor and cognitive skill. Brain, 131 (4). pp. 1099-1112.

Willson, Melina L., Bower, Adrian J., and Sherrard, Rachel M. (2007) Developmental neural plasticity and its cognitive benefits: olivocerebellar reinnervation compensates for spatial function in the cerebellum. European Journal of Neuroscience, 25 (5). pp. 1475-1483.

Dixon, Kirsty J., and Sherrard, Rachel M. (2006) Brain-derived neurotrophic factor induces post-lesion transcommissural growth of olivary axons that develop normal climbing fibres on mature Purkinje cells. Experimental Neurology, 202 (1). pp. 44-56.

Dixon, Kirsty J., Hilber, Wayne, Speare, Sally, Willson, Melina L., Bower, Adrian J., and Sherrard, Rachel M. (2005) Post-lesion transcommissural olivocerebellar reinnervation improves motor function following unilateral pedunculotomy in the neonatal rat. Experimental Neurology, 196 (2). pp. 254-265.

Sherrard, Rachel M., and Bower, Adrian J. (2003) IGF-I induces neonatal climbing-fibre plasticity in the mature rat cerebellum. Neuroreport, 14 (13). pp. 1713-1716.

Sugihara, Izumi, Lohof, Ann M., Letellier, Mathieu, Mariani, Jean, and Sherrard, Rachel M. (2003) Post-lesion transcommissural growth of olivary climbing fibres creates functional synaptic microzones. European Journal of Neuroscience, 18 (11). pp. 3027-3036.

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