Figure 11. Structure and myelination of the fetal and juvenile cerebellum. Representative images showing hematoxylin-eosin (H&E) staining (A, B) and myelin basic protein (MBP) immunostaining (C, D) of tissue sections from the cerebellar vermis from 10-year-old control child (A), and 11-year-old MCT8 deficient child (B), control fetus and (C) MCT8-deficient fetus (D), both 30 weeks gestational age. In panels A and B, asterisks indicate the subarachnoid space in the cerebellum (wider in the MCT8-deficient subject) and arrows point to cerebellar folia (thinner size in the cerebellum of the MCT8-deficient boy). In panels C and D, arrowheads indicate immunopositive axons (lower proportion of immunopositive axons in the vermis from the MCT8-deficient fetus) WM, white matter. [Reproduced with permission from reference (250)].