this study clearly demonstrated that the positive immunostaining of testicular phosphotyrosine were found in interstitial endocrine cells, sustentocytes, spermatogonia, spermatocytes, and spermatids
(round and elongated).
No spermatozoa or spermatids
but few (<5)###0 (0%)###0 (0%)###0 (0%)###0 (0%)
The decrease in Sertoli cell number may have triggered the reduction observed in counts of the spermatogonias type A, pachytene primary spermatocytes and round spermatids
In the testis, GNAQ protein was localized to Leydig cells, spermatogonial stem cells, spermatocytes, Sertoli cells, and spermatid
25] has explained the cause of this reduction in the number of cells, Spermatids
and Spermatozoa in male rat testes' tissue, so he explained saying that the treatment with anti-cancer drugs had caused dampening and a quick stop to cell-cycle of germ cells and spermatocytes, and stimulated changes in the ripening process which resulted a clear reduction in the number of cells and then an overall reduction in all types of cells in the testis.
Sperm effects included alterations in morphology, motility, epididymal sperm count, testicular spermatid
count, as well as semen sperm count.
The second meiotic division, meiosis II, rapidly follows meiosis I to produce haploid cells, the spermatids
Eight individuals were found in the stage of proliferation (spermatogenesis), which had a high presence of spermatogonia and spermatocytes and fewer spermatids
subsequently undergo a morphological and molecular remodeling process, known as spermiogenesis, during which the head, middle piece, and flagellum of the spermatozoa differentiate (Eddy, 2006).
1) Findings Testes Poorly cellular smear comprising predominantly of sertoli cells, few spermatids
In the second process, the bulk cytoplasmic contents of the terminally differentiating spermatids
are removed in a process called individualization , which involves active caspases.
All the cells of epithelium with a variety of spermatogonia, spermatocytes, spermatids
and spermatozoa were observed in enveloped Sertoli cells (Figure 1A).