Gene expression profiles of mouse spermatogenesis during recovery from irradiation

Fozia J Shah, Masami Tanaka, John E Nielsen, Teruaki Iwamoto, Shinichi Kobayashi, Niels E Skakkebaek, Henrik Leffers, Kristian Almstrup

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Irradiation or chemotherapy that suspend normal spermatogenesis is commonly used to treat various cancers. Fortunately, spermatogenesis in many cases can be restored after such treatments but knowledge is limited about the re-initiation process. Earlier studies have described the cellular changes that happen during recovery from irradiation by means of histology. We have earlier generated gene expression profiles during induction of spermatogenesis in mouse postnatal developing testes and found a correlation between profiles and the expressing cell types. The aim of the present work was to utilize the link between expression profile and cell types to follow the cellular changes that occur during post-irradiation recovery of spermatogenesis in order to describe recovery by means of gene expression.
TidsskriftReproductive Biology and Endocrinology
Sider (fra-til)130
StatusUdgivet - 1 jan. 2009


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