In Vitro Exposure of Porcine Ovarian Follicular Cells to PCB 153 Alters Steroid Secretion But Not Their Viability—Preliminary Study

@inproceedings{Gregoraszczuk2002InV,
  title={
In Vitro Exposure of Porcine Ovarian Follicular Cells to PCB 153 Alters Steroid Secretion But Not Their Viability—Preliminary Study},
  author={Ewa Łucja Gregoraszczuk and Anna K. Wjt{\'o}wicz},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2002}
}
In our previous paper, we demonstrated that porcine follicles collected during the early stage of development are the most sensitive to the toxic action of polychlorinated biphenyl 153 (PCB 153). Follicles of this type were collected to test the effect of PCB 153 on cell steroidogenesis and viability. Cocultures of granulosa and theca cells were grown in M199 medium at 37 degrees C. Control cultures were maintained in that medium alone, while experimental ones were supplemented with PCB 153 at… CONTINUE READING

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