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BACKGROUND Unilateral orchidectomy in monkeys increases spermatogenesis in the remaining testis in association with elevated follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) secretion and testicular testosterone.(More)
The purpose of the present study was to determine whether dark and pale type A spermatogonia (Ad and Ap, respectively) are mitotically active during prepubertal development and whether proliferation(More)
This study examined, in adult monkeys, the role that gonadotropin-independent mechanisms play in compensation of testosterone (T) secretion by the testis that remains after unilateral orchidectomy(More)