Anne Florin

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Although it is established that in utero exposure to the antiandrogen flutamide induces alteration of spermatogenesis in the adult rat testis offspring, the cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in such an effect remain to be investigated. In the present paper, by using as model adult rats exposed in utero to flutamide (0, 2, 10 mg/kg per day), we have(More)
In the present study we investigated whether fetal exposure to flutamide affected messenger and protein levels of claudin-11, a key Sertoli cell factor in the establishment of the hemotesticular barrier, at the time of two key events of postnatal testis development: 1) before puberty (postnatal d 14) during the establishment of the hemotesticular barrier,(More)
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