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Details for anatomical structure: cerebellum

EndoNet ID: ENC00262

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Synonyms

cerebellum, epencephalon-1, Cerebellum

General information

The large posterior brain mass lying dorsal to the pons and medulla and ventral to the posterior portion of the cerebrum; it consists of two lateral hemispheres united by a narrow middle portion, the vermis.

Links to other resources

Cytomer cy0048118

Larger structures

    Substructures

      Secreted hormones

      • Hormone: neuregulin-2

      • Hormone: MCH

      • Hormone: chordin

      • Hormone: QRFP

      • Hormone: persephin

      • Hormone: FGF-20

      • Hormone: ADNP

      • Hormone: FGF-2

      • Hormone: frataxin, mitochondrial

      • Hormone: TIP39

      • Hormone: GABA

        Influenced by:

        • CB1
          in basket_cell
        • CB1
          in cerebellum
      • Hormone: glutamate

        Influenced by:

        • CB1
          in cerebellum
      • Hormone: CGRP1

      • Hormone: Wnt-3

      • Hormone: galectin-1

      • Hormone: angiopoietin-like protein 4

      Receptors

      • Receptor: mineralcorticoid receptor

      • Receptor: frizzled 3

      • Receptor: frizzled 10

      • Receptor: GPR7

      • Receptor: frizzled 2

        Induced phenotype:

        • accumulation of intracellular Ca2+ concentration
          • The Fzd2 receptor promotes the accumulation of intracellular Ca concentration. [1]
          • Traumatic brain injury can stimulate activation of the Wnt5a/Fzd2 signaling pathway [1]
          • Activated Wnt5a/Fzd2 signaling plays an important role in calcium overloading process within cells post traumatic brain injury. [1]
      • Receptor: NMU-R1

      • Receptor: GPR54

      • Receptor: mGluR4

      • Receptor: Secretin receptor

        • The existence of secretin and secretin receptor in the cerebellum was confirmed by others using an immunohistochemical and an in vitro autoradiographic approach. [2]
      • Receptor: CB1

        Influences:

        • GABA
        • glutamate
      • Receptor: 5-ht-5 receptor

      Reference