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Figure 2 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

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From: FSH prevents depletion of the resting follicle pool by promoting follicular number and morphology in fresh and cryopreserved primate ovarian tissues following xenografting

Figure 2

Typical morphology of frozen-thawed ovarian tissues following grafting with or without FSH. After a grafting period of 4 weeks, cryopreserved adult marmoset ovarian tissues treated with FSH (B, overview; C, D) displayed all types of follicles including antral (C) with largely intact morphology (D). Density of follicles advanced past primary stage (B, arrowheads) appeared higher than in unstimulated tissues (A, overview), but was not evaluated systematically due to low total number of tissue sections with advanced follicles.

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