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Abnormal cerebral cortex morphology

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  1. Mammal-specific phenotype


  1. Resource Description
    There was no obvious laminar structure and cells appeared to be distributed randomly. The marginal zone, clearly visible in the normal cortex, was populated with cell bodies resembling the superplate structure described in <i>reeler</i>. Neuronal cell bodies were present below the pial surface in the cortex, but not in the normal cortex. Apical dendrites of pyramidal neurons that normally align in the radial direction most notably in layers III and IV were shorter and heterogeneous in orientation.
  2. Mammalian phenotype
    abnormal cerebral cortex morphology
  3. Mammalian phenotype
    abnormal stratification in cerebral cortex
  4. Mammalian phenotype
    abnormal cerebral cortex pyramidal cell morphology
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