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Figure 4 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Figure 4

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 4

A and B Effect of FSH treatment on primary follicle numbers. FSH treatment results in significantly higher mean numbers of primary follicles in fresh ovarian tissues (A) at 2 weeks, but not 4 weeks postgraft, with no effect of grafting duration on mean primary follicle number. In frozen tissues (B), the pool of primary follicles is decreased over time in both FSH treated and untreated tissues, and FSH treatment significantly increases the mean number of primary follicles 2 weeks and 4 weeks after grafting.

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