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1 basal lamina, 2 spermatogonia, 3 spermatocyte 1st order, 4 spermatocyte 2nd ... 2 spermatids, 3 spermatocytes, 4 spermatogonia, 5 Sertoli cell, 6 Myofibroblasts, ...
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The stem cells involved are called spermatogonia and are a specific type of stem ... Type B spermatogonia undergo mitosis to produce diploid intermediate cells ...
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Information about spermatogonia in the free online ... Plural spermatogonia ... spermatogonia. spermatogonial. spermatogonial. spermatogonial ...
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Spermatogonium Spermatogonium Germinal epithelium of the testicle. 1 basal lamina , 2 spermatogonia , 3 spermatocyte 1st order, 4 spermatocyte 2nd
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Spermatogonia represent a new route to transgenesis in mice ... But the factors influencing retroviral transduction into spermatogonia are not well understood. ...
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The mitosis of differentiating spermatogonia, the meiosis of spermatocytes, and ... Undifferentiated type A spermatogonia could repopulate the seminiferous ...
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Loss of spermatogonia and wide-spread DNA methylation defects in newborn male ... were conducted on postnatal primitive type A spermatogonia lacking DNMT3L. ...
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Strong mosaicisms towards expansions were already observed in spermatogonia before meiosis. ... Spermatogonia differentiate from primordial germ cells and are ...
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spermatogonia. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/spermatogonia" Category: English plurals ...
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In mouse testis, isolated A (single) spermatogonia (As) are believed to be the ... The Apr spermatogonia further divide to become chains of 4, 8, 16, or 32 Aal ...
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One or two divisions of spermatogonia occur to maintain their population in a ... Spermatogonia proliferate several times and undergo 1 to 5 stages of division ...
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What is spermatogonia? Meaning of spermatogonia medical term. What does spermatogonia mean? ... spermatogonia. spermatogonial. spermatogonial. spermatogonial ...
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In stage VIII, As, Apr and a few Aal spermatogonia are present. ... When the numbers of A4–B spermatogonia are about 50% lower than in the normal ...
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We confirm that Apale spermatogonia divide equally at stage VII and produce two ... Rarely dividing single A spermatogonia exist which potentially are the male ...
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... seminiferous tubules consist of diploid spermatogonia, stem cells that are the ... spermatogonia to stimulate sperm production (aided by the LH needed for ...
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Isolation of pure type A spermatogonia (among them spermatogonial stem cells) ... In principle, these spermatogonia can be preserved in 2 ways, long-term culture ...
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