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Correlation between blood-testis barrier development and onset of the first spermatogenic wave in normal and in busulfan-treated rats: a lanthanum and freeze-fracture study

The Anatomical Record

Jul 1, 1991

J C Cavicchia, F L Sacerdote

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Pregnant rats (day 13) received 10 mg/kg of Busulfan i.p. The seminiferous tubules of their offspring from post-natal age 1 day up to day 35 were examined with TEM after fixation plus intercellular tracers, and with freeze-fracture techniques. During this period, the inter-Sertoli tight...read more

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Pachytene
Pachytene Stage
n-Butane-1,3-di(methylsulfonate)
Busulfan
Sample Fixation
Structure of Sertoli Cell
Basal Lamina
Blood-Testis Barrier
Spermatogonia
Spermatocytes
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Correlation between blood-testis barrier development and onset of the first spermatogenic wave in normal and in busulfan-treated rats: a lanthanum and freeze-fracture study

The Anatomical Record

Jul 1, 1991

J C Cavicchia, F L Sacerdote

PMID: 1867410

DOI: 10.1002/ar.1092300309

Abstract

Pregnant rats (day 13) received 10 mg/kg of Busulfan i.p. The seminiferous tubules of their offspring from post-natal age 1 day up to day 35 were examined with TEM after fixation plus intercellular tracers, and with freeze-fracture techniques. During this period, the inter-Sertoli tight...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Pachytene
Pachytene Stage
n-Butane-1,3-di(methylsulfonate)
Busulfan
Sample Fixation
Structure of Sertoli Cell
Basal Lamina
Blood-Testis Barrier
Spermatogonia
Spermatocytes

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