granulosa


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strat·um gran·u·lo·'sum fol·lic·'u·li o·va·'ri·ci ve·si·cu·lo·'si

the layer of small cells that forms the wall of an ovarian follicle.

granulosa

/gran·u·lo·sa/ (gran″u-lo´sah) pertaining to cells of the cumulus oophorus.

granulosa

(grăn″ū-lō′să)
A layer of cells in the theca of the graafian follicle.
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However, tumor-associated trypsin inhibitor is less effective in detecting granulosa cell tumors.
The beginning of the development of primordial follicles and sensitivity of granulosa cells to FSH are regulated through AMH.
During COCs in vitro maturation, the oocytes secret one or more factors to promote cumulus granulosa cell proliferation and modulate extracellular matrix components (Vanderhyden et al.
Previously, researchers did not know how luteinizing hormone triggered the ovary's release of the egg and the production of progesterone by the granulosa cells.
Among the histologic subtypes of granulosa cell tumors, juvenile granulosa cell tumors are rare, and typically present early.
Mature with Ovary exhibits POFs >24 h consisting of closely packed day-1 POFs granulosa cells (0.
Human granulosa cells synthesize low molecular weight insulin-like growth factor-binding protein.
Murine oocytes suppress expression of luteinizing hormone receptor messenger ribonucleic acid by granulosa cells.
Our previous studies also showed that kisspeptin immunoreactive substance is expressed in ovarian granulosa cells of hens, and kisspeptin-10 stimulated progesterone secretion in cultured hens' granulosa cells from preovulatory follicles (Xiao et al.
CoCs with two or more layer of granulosa cells and homogeneous granular ooplasm were selected to IVM procedure [1].
In the observations of ovarian apoptosis, a large number of apoptotic cells (brown, AI = 60% to 85%) in granulosa were visible at high magnification in the control group.