Neuroepithelial (NE) cells are stem cells of the central nervous system and produce intermediate progenitor cells called radial glial cells. They can renew themselves and differentiate into neurons and glia during neurogenesis. NE cells span the entire thickness along the tube wall and connect to the surface of the meninges and the surface of the ventricle or lumen. They are connected in the lumen through a junction complex, forming a pseudostratified epithelium called neuroepithelium. In addition, NE cells are symmetrically divided cells that exhibit typical epithelial characteristics, such as tight junctions, and are highly polarized along their top base axis.
- Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor (DNT)
- Neuroepithelial cysts
- Oligodendroglial tumors
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