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Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. VI. Effects of short term castration



Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. VI. Effects of short term castration



Archives of Andrology 10(1): 51-55



The regional histology and esterase activity of the mouse epididymis 24, 48 and 72 h after bilateral castration was studied. The differential sensitivity to androgen deprivation among the various epithelial cell types is described, and this allowed positive identification of the cell types previously observed to survive long-term castration. The possible existence of an androgen-binding protein, as described in the rat and rabbit, was suggested on morphological grounds.

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DOI: 10.3109/01485018308990171



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