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    • Fetal brain tumors 

      Cavalheiro, S.; Moron, A. F.; Hisaba, W.; Dastoli, P.; Silva, N. S. (Springer, 2003-08-01)
      Introduction: Fetal intracranial tumors are rare and their evolution is usually poor. With routine use of antenatal ultrasound imaging, a larger number of such tumors have been diagnosed. Methods: During the period from ...

    • Pesquisa imuno-histoquímica de ini1 e de p53 em tumores do plexo coroide e teratóide rabdóide atípicos 

      Lins, Andrea Gadelha Nobrega [UNIFESP] (Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP), 2013-03-27)
      Objective: To evaluate the accuracy in diagnosing pediatric patients with choroid plexus tumors conducted by the Department of Pathology, UNIFESP / EPM, correlating the previous diagnosis with new results after the use of ...

    • Spatially Heterogeneous Choroid Plexus Transcriptomes Encode Positional Identity and Contribute to Regional CSF Production 

      Lun, Melody P.; Johnson, Matthew B.; Broadbelt, Kevin G.; Watanabe, Momoko; Kang, Young-jin; Chau, Kevin F.; Springel, Mark W.; Malesz, Alexandra; Sousa, Andre M. M.; Pletikos, Mihovil; Adelita, Tai [UNIFESP]; Calicchio, Monica L.; Zhang, Yong; Holtzman, Michael J.; Lidov, Hart G. W.; Sestan, Nenad; Steen, Hanno; Monuki, Edwin S.; Lehtinen, Maria K. (Soc Neuroscience, 2015-03-25)
      A sheet of choroid plexus epithelial cells extends into each cerebral ventricle and secretes signaling factors into the CSF. To evaluate whether differences in the CSF proteome across ventricles arise, in part, from regional ...