Phenotypic and metabolic aspects of prostatic epithelial cells in aged gerbils after antisteroidal therapy : turnover in the state of chromatin condensation and androgen-independent cell replacement

Phenotypic and metabolic aspects of prostatic epithelial cells in aged gerbils after antisteroidal therapy : turnover in the state of chromatin condensation and androgen-independent cell replacement

Silvana G. P. Campos, Bianca F. Goncalves, Wellerson R. Scarano, Rejane M. Goes, Sebastiao R. Taboga

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The gerbil is a rodent considered a good model for studies of prostatic morphophysiology under different experimental conditions. Studies involving castration and steroidal blockers of aged gerbils showed that the glandular epithelium persists after long-term therapy, preventing the organ atrophy....

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Phenotypic and metabolic aspects of prostatic epithelial cells in aged gerbils after antisteroidal therapy : turnover in the state of chromatin condensation and androgen-independent cell replacement

Silvana G. P. Campos, Bianca F. Goncalves, Wellerson R. Scarano, Rejane M. Goes, Sebastiao R. Taboga


										

Phenotypic and metabolic aspects of prostatic epithelial cells in aged gerbils after antisteroidal therapy : turnover in the state of chromatin condensation and androgen-independent cell replacement

Silvana G. P. Campos, Bianca F. Goncalves, Wellerson R. Scarano, Rejane M. Goes, Sebastiao R. Taboga

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    Acta histochemica

    Vol. 116, no. 1 (2014), p. 204-213