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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Therefore, we extracted condition medium from adult mouse Sustentacular cells at different time intervals to evaluate its effect on the induction of BMMSCs to express male germ cell markers and differentiate into male germ line cells.
Though the cause of ovarian teratomas is unknown, it has been discovered they arise from a single germ cell.
Benign Cystic Teratoma is the most common germ cell tumours that tend to be grossly and microscopically distinctive, as they contain skin and skin appendages as well as benign tissues derived from other germ cell layers.
High-dose chemotherapy for relapsed germ cell tumours
Pathologic staging of testicular germ cell tumors is crucial for appropriate patient management.
However, we show that the ability of a specific folate to stimulate germ cells is independent of its role as a vitamin, implying that it acts directly as a signaling molecule.
Although the exact causative factor of germ cell tumors is not known, the hypothesis is that the disease process starts in fetal life and consists of abnormal proliferation of primordial germ cells.
During the regeneration of germ cell population following testicular damage caused by busulfan, self-renewal is favored over differentiation (18).
Germ cell is a totipotent cell therefore almost all types of body tissues are present in these tumours including bone, hair, teeth, nails, thyroid and even brain tissue.
Unlike epithelial ovarian cancers, malignant germ cell neoplasms are typically diagnosed at early stages.
Germ cell tumors are derived from the primordial germ cells of the ovary.
Reproducing germ cell development in vitro has remained a central goal in both reproductive biology and reproductive medicine, said Jiahao Sha of Nanjing Medical University.