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Demonstration of non-specific esterase activity in normal and neoplastic mouse Leydig cellsSCHNELLE, V; MADDEN, R; RIVENSON, A et al.Histochemical journal. 1983, Vol 15, Num 7, pp 715-719, issn 0018-2214Article

The contributions of deficient androgen action in spermatogenic disordersOCHSENKÜNH, Robert; DE KRETSER, David M.International journal of andrology (Print). 2003, Vol 26, Num 4, pp 195-201, issn 0105-6263, 7 p.Article

Expression and regulation of the prointerleukin-1α processing enzymes calpain I and II in the rat testisSULTANA, Taranum; WAHAB-WAHLGREN, Aida; ASSMUS, Monique et al.International journal of andrology (Print). 2003, Vol 26, Num 1, pp 37-45, issn 0105-6263, 9 p.Article

Peritubular cells may modulate Leydig cell―mediated testosterone production through a nonclassic pathwayMISHRA, Jibanananda; GAUTAM, Mukesh; DADHICH, Rajesh et al.Fertility and sterility. 2012, Vol 98, Num 5, pp 1308-1317, issn 0015-0282, 10 p.Article

Identification of Leydig-like cells in the testis of the dogfish Squalus acanthiasPUDNEY, J; CALLARD, G. V.The Anatomical record. 1984, Vol 209, Num 3, pp 323-330, issn 0003-276XArticle

Non-tumoural parenchyma in Leydig cell tumours : pathogenetic considerationsCAJAIBA, M. M; REYES-MUGICA, M; RIOS, J. C. S et al.International journal of andrology (Print). 2008, Vol 31, Num 3, pp 331-336, issn 0105-6263, 6 p.Article

Effect of neonatal treatment of rats with potent or weak (environmental) oestrogens, or with a GnRH antagonist, on Leydig cell development and function through puberty into adulthoodSHARPE, Richard M; RIVAS, Ana; WALKER, Marion et al.International journal of andrology (Print). 2003, Vol 26, Num 1, pp 26-36, issn 0105-6263, 11 p.Article

Differential expression of succinyl CoA transferase (SCOT) genes in somatic and germline cells of the mouse testisTANAKA, H; IGUCHI, N; MIYAGAWA, Y et al.International journal of andrology (Print). 2003, Vol 26, Num 1, pp 52-56, issn 0105-6263, 5 p.Article

The role of the c-kit receptor in the regenerative differentiation of rat Leydig cellsTSUCHIDA, Junji; DOHMAE, Kayoko; KITAMURA, Yukihiko et al.International journal of andrology (Print). 2003, Vol 26, Num 2, pp 121-125, issn 0105-6263, 5 p.Article

Stimulation of interstitial cell growth after selective destruction of foetal Leydig cells in the testis of postnatal ratsKERR, J. B; RISBRIDGER, G. P; KNELL, C. M et al.Cell and tissue research. 1988, Vol 252, Num 1, pp 89-98, issn 0302-766XArticle

RITA—Registry of Industrial Toxicology Animal data: The application of historical control data for Leydig cell tumors in ratsNOLTE, Thomas; RITTINGHAUSEN, Susanne; KELLNER, Rupert et al.Experimental and toxicologic pathology (Print). 2011, Vol 63, Num 7-8, pp 645-656, issn 0940-2993, 12 p.Article

Effects of ethane dimethane sulfonate on the functional structure of the adult rat testisARIYARATNE, S; KIM, I; MILLS, N et al.Archives of andrology. 2003, Vol 49, Num 4, pp 313-326, issn 0148-5016, 14 p.Article

The origins and time of appearance of focal testicular dysgenesis in an animal model of testicular dysgenesis syndrome : evidence for delayed testis development? DiscussionHUTCHISON, Gary R; SHARPE, Richard M; MCLACHLAN, J et al.International journal of andrology (Print). 2008, Vol 31, Num 2, pp 103-111, issn 0105-6263, 9 p.Conference Paper

Fetal but not adult Leydig cells are susceptible to adenoma formation in response to persistently high hCG level : a study on hCG overexpressing transgenic miceAHTIAINEN, Petteri; RULLI, Susana B; SHARIATMADARI, Ramin et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2005, Vol 24, Num 49, pp 7301-7309, issn 0950-9232, 9 p.Article

Long-term followup and clinical characteristics of testicular leydig cell tumor : Experience with 24 cases. CommentaryCARMIGNANI, Luca; SALVIONI, Roberto; GADDA, Franco et al.The Journal of urology. 2006, Vol 176, Num 5, pp 2040-2043, issn 0022-5347, 4 p.Article

Identification of small-molecule inhibitors of the steroidogenic acute regulatory protein (STARD1) by structure-based designAKULA, Nagaraju; MIDZAK, Andrew; LECANU, Laurent et al.Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters (Print). 2012, Vol 22, Num 12, pp 4139-4143, issn 0960-894X, 5 p.Article

Expression of Pb7KIP2 in germ cells and leydig cells in human testisKIM, S. T; PARK, N. C; YI, Lee S. H et al.Archives of andrology. 2006, Vol 52, Num 6, pp 463-469, issn 0148-5016, 7 p.Article

Synthesis of free and sulphoconjugated 16-androstene steroids by the Leydig cells of the mature domestic boarSINCLAIR, P. A; SQUIRES, E. J; RAESIDE, J. I et al.Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology. 2005, Vol 96, Num 2, pp 217-228, issn 0960-0760, 12 p.Article

Sirt1 exerts anti-inflammatory effects and promotes steroidogenesis in Leydig cellsLING WU; AIJUN ZHANG; YIJUAN SUN et al.Fertility and sterility. 2012, Vol 98, Num 1, pp 194-199, issn 0015-0282, 6 p.Article

Scrotal ultrasonography in Leydig cell hyperplasiaCOOPER, S. G; RICHMAN, A. H; CARPENTER, T. O et al.Journal of ultrasound in medicine. 1989, Vol 8, Num 12, pp 689-692, issn 0278-4297, 4 p.Article

Functional and morphological studies on isolated Leydig cells: purification by centrifugal elutriation and metrizamide fractionationAQUILANO, D. R; DUFAU, M. L.Endocrinology (Philadelphia). 1984, Vol 114, Num 2, pp 499-510, issn 0013-7227Article

Endogenous capacity of rat testes interstitial cell nuclei to synthesize retinylphosphatemannose in vitroCOPE, F. O; KNOX, K. L; HALL, R. C. JR et al.Nutrition reports international. 1983, Vol 28, Num 6, pp 1313-1321, issn 0029-6635Article

Glial fibrillary acidic protein immunoreactivity in adrenocortical and Leydig cells of the Syrian golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus)MAUNOURY, R; PROTIER, M.-M; LEONARD, N et al.Journal of neuroimmunology. 1991, Vol 35, Num 1-3, pp 119-129, issn 0165-5728Article

Phthalate-induced testicular dysgenesis syndrome : Leydig cell influenceHU, Guo-Xin; LIAN, Qing-Quan; GE, Ren-Shan et al.Trends in endocrinology and metabolism. 2009, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 139-145, issn 1043-2760, 7 p.Article

Demonstration and characterisation of a testicular receptor for 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol in the ratMERKE, J; KREUSSER, W; BIER, B et al.European journal of biochemistry (Print). 1983, Vol 130, Num 2, pp 303-308, issn 0014-2956Article

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