Fluorescence and magnetic activated cell sorting strategies to isolate and enrich human spermatogonial stem cells

Wednesday, July 30, 2014
ITGA6, EPCAM, and THY1 are markers for enriching human SSCs using FACS, but only ITGA6 is suitable for MACS.

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Eliminating acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells from human testicular cell cultures A pilot study

Monday, March 31, 2014
A testicular cell culture system allows for efficient propagation of spermatogonial stem cells from a biopsy for fertility preservation and also eliminates contaminating malignant acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells.

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Effect of sugar molecules on the cryopreservation of mouse spermatogonial stem cells

Monday, March 31, 2014
Spermatogonial stem cells cryopreserved in sugar molecules have greater post-thaw survival compared with stem cells preserved in standard freezing medium.

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Parental attitudes toward fertility preservation in boys with cancer Context of different risk levels of infertility and success rates of fertility restoration

Friday, March 1, 2013
Parents of boys with cancer want some sort of fertility preservation, even if the risks of infertility or the success rates in restoring fertility were 20%.

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In search of an efficient injection technique for future clinical application of spermatogonial stem cell transplantation Infusion of contrast dyes in isolated cadaveric human testes

Thursday, November 29, 2012
Different injection methods and sites were used to evaluate the feasibility of human testes injection. A single ultrasound-guided injection of 800 mL in the rete testis was efficacious.

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In Vitro Production of Haploid Cells after Coculture of CD49f+ with Sertoli Cells from testicular sperm extraction in Nonobstructive Azoospermic Patients

Saturday, September 15, 2012
In vitro co-culture of CD49f+ with Sertoli cells from TESE, obtained in azoospermic patients, promotes meiosis progression as demonstrated by SCP3 and CREST staining and generation of haploid cells.

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