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bilateral perisylvian polymicrogyria (redirected from CBPS)
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bilateral perisylvian polymicrogyria The most common form (OMIM:300388) of polymicrogyria, a malformation of the cerebral cortex in which the normal gyri are replaced by multiple small, partly fused gyri separated by shallow sulci, resulting in mild mental retardation, epilepsy and pseudobulbar palsy, and difficulties with speech and feeding.
Defects of SRPX2, which encodes a secreted protein that may play in the development of speech and language centres in the brain, cause bilateral perisylvian polymicrogyria.
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Details concerning the synthesis and characterization of the CCPs, CSPs, and CBPs
are given elsewhere .
We formalized the endeavor by designing a 9-month qualitative inquiry housed within a collaborative professional development project with the overarching question and subquestions: How do public school teachers in Bogota develop and implement CBPs
in their classrooms?
The major project components comprise a capacity building program (CBP
) in Korea and in Jordan through seminars and workshops.
So, the researchers developed the foundation for a new drug that binds CBP
much more strongly than the individual choline molecules.
It can be seen in Table 1 that the mean MOEs of the CBPs
vary from 1.67 to 7.95 GPa, which are comparable with those of resin-bonded particleboard (0.55 to 2.75 GPa) and oriented strandboard (4.83 to 8.27 GPa) listed in the literature (30).