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TitleFetal Leydig cell dedifferentiation and redifferentiation
Study TypeOther
Abstract It is well accepted that the Leydig cells in the fetal testis (fetal Leydig cells, FLCs) are functionally distinct from the Leydig cells in the postnatal testis (adult Leydig cells, ALCs). We performed lineage tracing of FLCs using transgenic mice and revealed that a part of FLCs dedifferentiate fro .. [more]
Description It is well accepted that the Leydig cells in the fetal testis (fetal Leydig cells, FLCs) are functionally distinct from the Leydig cells in the postnatal testis (adult Leydig cells, ALCs). We performed lineage tracing of FLCs using transgenic mice and revealed that a part of FLCs dedifferentiate fro .. [more]
Center NameKAWASAKI_MED