Sertoli Cells - Methods and Protocols

Published: 17 January 2019
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The mammalian somatic cell providing the physiological milieu to germ cells growth and differentiation is the Sertoli cell, named after the Italian physiologist Enrico Sertoli. Sertoli described for the first time this functionally multitasking cell in 1865 (when he was 23 years-old!) in human testicular tissues while ending up his medicine studies at the University of Pavia...



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CarloAlberto Redi, University of Pavia, Department of Biology and Biotechnology "Lazzaro Spallanzani"

Accademico dei Lincei
Managing Editor European Journal Histochemistry

European Center for Law, Science and New Technologies
University of Pavia

How to Cite

Redi, C. (2019). Sertoli Cells - Methods and Protocols. European Journal of Histochemistry, 63(1).