Published in Blood Weekly, April 20th, 2006
According to recent research from Japan, "Spermatogenesis originates from a small number of spermatogonial stem cells that reside on the basement membrane and undergo self-renewal division to support spermatogenesis throughout the life of adult animals.
"Although the recent development of a technique to culture spermatogonial stem cells allowed reproduction of self-renewal division in vitro, much remains unknown about how spermatogonial stem cells are regulated."
"In this study," wrote M. Kanatsu-Shinohara and colleagues at Kyoto University...
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