The frequency and morphology of "giant spermatogonia" in the human testis.

@article{Sigg1983TheFA,
  title={The frequency and morphology of "giant spermatogonia" in the human testis.},
  author={Christian Sigg and Chr Hedinger},
  journal={Virchows Archiv. B, Cell pathology including molecular pathology},
  year={1983},
  volume={44 2},
  pages={115-34}
}
Giant spermatogonia (GS) characteristically appear singly between their normal counterparts. Their cytoplasm is clear by light microscopy and their ovoid nuclei, measuring at least 13 micron in diameter, contain homogeneously distributed chromatin. These cells were described originally in the last century and were interpreted as isolated physiological giant… CONTINUE READING