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Proliferation of germ cells and somatic cells in first trimester human embryonic gonads as indicated by S and S+G2+M phase fractions

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  2. Biological and Clinical Rationale for Androgen Priming in Ovarian Stimulation

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  3. Expression of the Insulin-like Growth Factor System in First- and Second-Trimester Human Embryonic and Fetal Gonads

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  4. Shortcomings of an unphysiological triggering of oocyte maturation using human chorionic gonadotropin

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  5. Follicular hormone dynamics during the midcycle surge of gonadotropins in women undergoing fertility treatment

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The number of germ cells and somatic cells in human embryonic and foetal gonads has previously been estimated by stereological methods, which are time- and labour-consuming with little information concerning cell proliferation. Here, we studied whether flow cytometry could be applied as an easier method, also enabling estimation of the fraction of cells in S or S+G(2)+M (SG(2) M) cell-cycle phases as indicators of cell proliferation.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCell Proliferation
Volume44
Issue number3
Pages (from-to)224-33
Number of pages10
ISSN0960-7722
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Publication statusPublished - 2011

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  • Alkaline Phosphatase, Cell Proliferation, Cell Separation, Female, Flow Cytometry, Fluorescent Dyes, Germ Cells, Gonads, Humans, Immunomagnetic Separation, Male, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Trimester, First, Proto-Oncogene Proteins c-kit, U937 Cells

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