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Local regulation of macrophage subsets in the adult rat testis: examination of the roles of the seminiferous tubules, testosterone, and macrophage-migration inhibitory factor

Biology of Reproduction

Aug 1, 1998

Andreas MeinhardtMark P Hedger

Abstract

In the adult rat testis, macrophages belong to one of two subsets differentiated by expression or lack of expression of the resident macrophage surface antigen recognized by monoclonal antibody ED2. Local regulation of the testicular macrophage subsets was investigated in normal and 4-w...read more

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Monoclonal Antibodies
Testosterone Measurement
Immunohistochemistry
Scrotum
Regulation of Biological Process
Structure of Interstitial Cell of Leydig
Testolin
Perfusion
Luteozyman
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Local regulation of macrophage subsets in the adult rat testis: examination of the roles of the seminiferous tubules, testosterone, and macrophage-migration inhibitory factor

Biology of Reproduction

Aug 1, 1998

Andreas MeinhardtMark P Hedger

PMID: 9687310

DOI: 10.1095/biolreprod59.2.371

Abstract

In the adult rat testis, macrophages belong to one of two subsets differentiated by expression or lack of expression of the resident macrophage surface antigen recognized by monoclonal antibody ED2. Local regulation of the testicular macrophage subsets was investigated in normal and 4-w...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Study
Monoclonal Antibodies
Testosterone Measurement
Immunohistochemistry
Scrotum
Regulation of Biological Process
Structure of Interstitial Cell of Leydig
Testolin
Perfusion
Luteozyman
19
1

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