internal granular layer

internal granular layer

[in′tərn·əl ′gran·yə·lər ‚lā·ər]
(histology)
The fourth layer of the cerebral cortex.
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However, when the output power was more than 5 W, the depth of electro-coagulation passed the external pyramidal layer (layer III), reached to the internal granular layer (layer IV), and even the internal pyramidal layer (layer V).
However, after the procedure with output power of more than 5 W, the depth of damage reached to the internal granular layer (fourth layer), and even the internal pyramidal layer (fifth layer), while the neurons and NF proteins were correspondingly damaged.
12) During embryonic development of rat cerebellum, granule cells arise between embryonic days 13 and 15, their precursors proliferate in the external granular layer (EGL) and migrate to the internal granular layer over the first postnatal three weeks.
DISCUSSION: The granule cells were seen to be arranged without any definite pattern within the internal granular layer.
No significant correlation was observed between cortical FA values and percentage of neuron specific enclose (NSE) positive neurons in the internal granular layer of the cerebellar cortex.