Purkinje cell layer

(redirected from ganglionic layer of cerebellar cortex)

Pur·kin·je cell lay·er

(pŭr-kin'jē),
the layer of large neuron cell bodies located at the interface of molecular and granular layers in the cerebellar cortex; dendrites of these cells fan outward into the molecular layer in a plane transverse to the folium and axons enter the white matter.

Pur·kin·je cell lay·er

(pŭr-kin'jē sel lā'yĕr)
The layer of large neuron cell bodies located at the interface of molecular and granular layers in the cerebellar cortex; dendrites of these cells fan outward into the molecular layer in a plane transverse to the folium.
Synonym(s): Purkinje cells, Purkinje corpuscles.