Endogenous estrogens inhibit mouse fetal Leydig cell development via estrogen receptor alpha.

@article{Delbes2005EndogenousEI,
  title={Endogenous estrogens inhibit mouse fetal Leydig cell development via estrogen receptor alpha.},
  author={Geraldine Delbes and Christine Levacher and Clotilde Duquenne and Chryst{\`e}le Racine and Pirjo Pakarinen and Ren{\'e} Habert},
  journal={Endocrinology},
  year={2005},
  volume={146 5},
  pages={2454-61}
}
It is now accepted that estrogens play a role in male fertility and that exposure to exogenous estrogens during fetal/neonatal life can lead to reproductive disorders in the male. However, the estrogen receptor (ER)-mediated processes involved in the regulation of male reproduction during fetal and neonatal development are still largely unclear. We previously reported that ER beta deficiency affects gametogenesis in mice but changes neither the number nor the differentiated functions of fetal… CONTINUE READING

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