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As shown in Sertoli cells, AQP9 physically interacts with the CFTR and the Na/H exchanger regulatory factor (NHERF1) via a PDZ binding motif in its C-terminus portion in cells of the rat epididymal tubules; this interaction regulates water and glycerol transport through AQP9 (Cheung et al.
The histopathologic diagnosis in this bird was a Sertoli cell tumor with splenic metastasis.
Lead could disturb mitosis of spermatogenic cells and cause alterations in the proliferation of Sertoli cells so the decreased in the sperm count within testes of adult offspring and subsequently reduction of epididymal sperm count were observed (Corpas et al.
Nuclei of Sertoli cells (red arrow) within seminiferous tubules stain for SF-1, as do Leydig cells (green arrow) in the interstitium.
Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) is a glycoprotein released from the sertoli cells starting from the fetal period.
Normal control rats (Figure 5(a)--group I) reveal normal spermatogonia, Sertoli cells, and Leydig cells with accumulation of spermatozoa within the seminiferous tubules.
Sertoli cell proliferation induced by follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) independently of luteinizing hormone activity: evidence from genetic models of isolated FSH action.
However, mature Sertoli cells are mitotically inactive, and the primary immature Sertoli cells during prolonged cultures degenerate in the Petri dish.
To make their artificial testicle, the researchers will first focus on growing cells that normally nurture sperm during their development, including cells called Sertoli cells.
Follicle-stimulating hormone induction of steel factor (SLF) mRNA in mouse Sertoli cells and stimulation of DNA synthesis in spermatogonia by soluble SLF.
The sertoli cells, spermatogonia, secondary spermatocytes and spermatids were counted under 100x magnification.