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CPECChina Pakistan Economic Corridor (infrastructure project)
CPECCalifornia Postsecondary Education Commission
CPECCerebral Palsy Education Centre (Australia)
CPECChrist Power Evangelical Crusade
CPECChoroid Plexus Epithelial Cell (biology)
CPECCommunity Prevention Education Continuum (drug prevention; Canada)
CPECContinuing Professional Education Committee
CPECCaribbean Programme for Economic Competitiveness (Canadian International Development Agency)
CPECCedar Park Emergency Center (Cedar Park, TX)
CPECClose Precision Engagement Course
CPECCoalition for the Prevention of Economic Crime
CPECCentral Power Electric Cooperative (Minot, ND)
CPECCattle Performance Enhancement Company (Oakley, KS)
CPECCommon Phase Error Correction
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Illustrations D and H are schematic representations of the choroid plexus; choroid plexus epithelial cells (epi), interstitial tissue (int), blood capillaries (capi), and lateral ventricle (LV).
Borkowski et al., "In vitro transcriptome analysis of porcine choroid plexus epithelial cells in response to Streptococcus suis: release of pro-inflammatory cytokines and chemokines," Microbes and Infection, vol.
In fetal brain, p-mTOR expression was strong in the cytoplasm of ependymal cells with their glial fibrils (Figure 1(h)), choroid plexus epithelial cells (Figure 1(i)), and pia mater, while it was faint in the nuclei of neuronal cells in the subventricular zone and cortical plate.
In observations of the fourth ventricle structure surrounding the cerebellum in control group, choroid plexus was fully developed and choroid plexus epithelial cells was normal status.
The differential diagnosis between CPC and papillary ependymoma may be difficult since some histological features of both neoplasms are similar (RIBAS et al., 1989; KOESTNER & HIGGINS, 2002) which is not since choroid plexus epithelial cells are modified ependymal cells (DELLMANN & EURELL, 1998).