granulosa


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gran·u·lo·sa

n. granulosa, membrana ovárica de células epiteliales que rodea el folículo ovárico.
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The observation that CA125 is effective in detecting serous and miscellaneous cancer groups, whereas inhibin is effective in detecting the mucinous and granulosa cell cancer groups suggests that these two analytes may provide an appropriate combined test for detecting the majority of ovarian cancers.
Sertoli cells and granulosa cells are the main sources of AMH production in male and female gonads, respectively.
Prostaglandin synthase 2 (PTGS2, also known as COX2, cyclooxygenase 2), the product of cumulus cells and granulosa cells, is required for maximum cumulus expansion and ovulation (Lim et al.
The effects of neonatal sex hormone Oxymetholone; studies conducted on ovarian tissue and that it is used in a study of the physiological effects Oxymetholone; higher doses increase the number of primordial follicles, reducing the number of primary follicles, growing, graph, and reduces the weight and diameter of the ovarian corpus luteum and granulosa layers were reduced in diameter.
We define "cystic follicles" as anovulatory follicles with a thin granulosa layer (two to three layers) and non-detectable theca (Figure 4E,F).
Thyroid-type carcinoma arising in struma ovarii may mimic other primary ovarian tumors, such as granulosa cell tumor, Brenner tumor, papillary serous cystadenoma, or cystadenocarcinoma.
This is a key chemical pathway that affects not only ovulation, but egg cell maturation and granulosa cell differentiation into luteal cells," Dr.
They may contain granulosa cells, thecal cells, Sertoli cells, or fibroblasts of gonadal stromal origin.
The second category comprised smaller POFs, which primarily consisted of closely packed granulosa ceils determined to be >24 h old.
It has been shown that in the process of oocyte maturation, meiotic resumption is associated with the loss of gap junctions between the oocyte and the granulosa cells (3).
IGFBP-1, synonymous with placental protein-12 [10] and the pregnancy-associated endometrial al-globulin [11], is a 25-kDa protein expressed and secreted by hepatocytes, ovarian granulosa cells, and decidualized endometrium [12-16].
On the other hand, it is known that apoptosis can occur in at least four different follicular compartments, theca cells, mural cells, cumulus cells and in the oocyte (12) and that ovarian follicles with identical morphology have different apoptosis levels in mural granulosa and cumulus cells (25).