Daniela Scheible

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Ependymal cells form a mostly single-layered epithelium which covers the surfaces of the cerebral ventricles. Considerable evidence has accumulated for the ependyma to be involved in the pathogenesis of hydrocephalus, a dilation of the ventricles at the expense of brain parenchyma. The underlying mechanism may include gene defects in ependymal cells, which(More)
The ependyma is a single-layered, ciliated epithelium at the interface between the parenchyma of the central nervous system and the ventricular space. Recently, it has been implicated in the pathogenesis of hydrocephalus, a debilitating dilation of the cerebral ventricles at the expense of the brain parenchyma. We have previously identified marker proteins(More)
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