Dr. Kyung Won Chung

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Ultrastructural and biochemical study of the adrenals in the pseudohermaphrodite (tfm) rat reveals hypertrophic adrenocortical cells. The cytoplasm of the cells in the zonae fasciculata and reticularis contains an exceptionally well developed smooth endoplasmic reticulum closely applied to mitochondria and lipid droplets. Mitochondria are more numerous than(More)
Leydig cells of the testis of newborn pseudohermaphrodite (tfm) rats have an ultrastructure similar to that of the normal, containing well developed organelles and inclusions. The cytoplasm is filled with smooth endoplasmic reticulum forming a network of interconnected tubules. Lipid droplets are surrounded by cisternae of smooth endoplasmic reticulum and(More)
Testicular neoplasms occur spontaneously in androgen insensitive mice with testicular feminization (tfm/y); they are composed of Leydig cells, lipid-laden cells, fibroblastlike cells, and macrophages. The small Leydig cells in the periphery of the tumor are structurally similar to nontumorous tfm/y Leydig cells, whereas centrally located large Leydig cells(More)
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