Sustentacular cell condition medium can significantly differentiate the human embryonic stem cell (hESC) lines into the germ cell
lineage (Geens et al.
It is a type of germ cell
tumor in the ovary that may contain several types of tissues such as hair, teeth, bone and thyroid.
This volume contains 11 articles on genetic aspects of human infertility, as well as comparisons of germ cell
development in mice and primates.
tumours form a varied group of benign and malignant neoplasms derived from primordial germ cells
occurring in a variety of sites, both gonadal and extra gonadal.
At the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2017 Genitourinary Cancers Symposium, researchers presented the results of a single-arm trial investigating the efficacy of a single cycle of bleomycin, etoposide, and cisplatin (BEP) as adjuvant chemotherapy for high-risk, stage 1, non-seminomatous or combined germ cell
tumours of the testis (NSGCTT).
1) Surgery, chemotherapy, and a close follow-up regimen all have a major role in the management of patients with testicular germ cell
Objective: The main objective of GermAge is to understand the devastating decline in germ cell
quality during aging, and thus to define the determinants, pathways and risk factors for age-dependent infertility, aneuploidy and inherited diseases.
elegans in which the action of FOLR-1 is required to promote germ cell
tumors that may be similar to the way folate receptors promote the progression of certain cancers in humans.
Testicular tumors are divided into two categories: germ cell
tumors and nongerm cell tumors derived from stroma and sex cord commonly known as sex cord-stromal tumors.
In this regard, it has been indicated that following testicular damage and the resultant germ cell
elimination, self-renewal is favored over differentiation during the course of regeneration of the germ cell
population of seminiferous tubules in mice (18).
Dermoid cysts are the most common germ cell
tumours of young age they are usually unilateral but in about 15-20% they are bilateral.
neoplasms arise from primordial germ cells
of the gonad that differentiate to embryonic and extraembryonic tissues.