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  • Histologic Features of Secondary Syphilis. [Journal Article]
    Dermatology 2019; :1-6Liu XK, Li J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Necrotic keratinocytes are one of the characteristics of secondary syphilis. The combination of plasma cells, irregular acanthosis, elongated rete ridges, and endothelial swelling should increase the likelihood of syphilis.
  • NKX3.1 and Prostein Expression in Testicular Tissue and Sex Cord-Stromal Tumors. [Journal Article]
    Am J Surg Pathol 2019Arnesen C, Eich ML, … Gordetsky JB
  • Prostate cancer is well known to metastasize to the testis and is not an uncommon finding on castration performed for advanced disease. Although germ cell tumors make up the majority of testis neoplasms, there are more rare tumors, such as rete testis adenocarcinoma, that can mimic metastatic disease. NKX3.1 and prostein (P501S) are antibodies highly specific for prostate origin. Relatively littl…
  • The rete testis harbors Sertoli-like cells capable of expressing Dmrt1. [Journal Article]
    Reproduction 2019Malolina E, Kulibin A
  • Sertoli cells (SCs), supporting cells in the mammalian testis, proliferate throughout fetal and postnatal development but exit the cell cycle and differentiate at puberty. In our previous study, we isolated a population of highly proliferative Sertoli-like cells (SLCs) from the region of the adult mouse testis containing the rete testis and adjacent seminiferous tubules. Here RNA-seq of the adult…
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