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Novel compound heterozygous variants in the LHCGR gene identified in a subject with Leydig cell hypoplasia type 1.
Protein kinase G-mediated stimulation of basal Leydig cell steroidogenesis.
The immuno-localization of HSD3B1 in the testis was restricted into Leydig cell (Figure 6C, Table 3).
Steroidogenic Leydig cells and apoptotic cells were labeled in cultured explants of GW 10-12 human fetal testis with an immunostaining of CYP11A1 (left panel) and an anticleaved caspase-3 antibody (right panel), respectively.
They screened 11 transcription factors that could affect the ability of Leydig cells to produce testosterone.
Lee et al., "Gene expression analysis of toxicological pathways in TM3 leydig cell lines treated with Ethane dimethanesulfonate," Journal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology, vol.
The seminiferous tubules and Leydig cells were quantified by a stereological method [12-14].
Chen, "Regulation of Leydig cell steroidogenic function during aging," Biology of Reproduction, vol.
An important physiological function of the ovary is to synthesize estrogen, whereas the Leydig cells in testis are to synthesize testosterone (T).
Leydig cells increase their numbers but decline in steroidogenic function in the adult rat after neonatal hypothyroidism.