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Trying to answer this question, an efferent duct ligation protocol was performed and leptin expression was evaluated by immunohistochemistry.
Differential gene expression among the proximal segments of the rat epididymis is lost after efferent duct ligation.
In addition, because the teleost testis lacks a real epididymis, the processes of storage, nutrition, and resorption of spermatozoa, as well as regulation of the composition of the seminal fluid, occur along the efferent duct (Lahnsteiner, 2003).
In many mammals, AQP1 is present in the apical microvilli, basolateral plasma membranes, and apical endosomes of the nonciliated cells and the cilia of ciliated cells of the efferent duct epithelia (Table 1).
Ultrastructure and histochemistry of the testicular efferent duct system and spermiogenesis in Opistognathus whitehurstii (Teleostei, Trachinoidei).
Perturbation of fluid resorption in the efferent ducts of the rat by testosterone propionate, 17[beta]-oestradiol 3-benzoate, flutamide and tamoxifen.
Oestrogen in fluid transport in efferent ducts of the male reproductive tract.
The morphology of the efferent ducts of the testis of the ostrich, a primitive bird.
Endocytosis activities in principal cells of the paca's vas deferens were characterized here mainly on the supranuclear and apical cytoplasmic levels, such as described in the vas deferens, efferent ducts and epididymal duct of other mammals (Hermo & De Melo; Robaire & Hermo; Hermo et al.
1999), and also in principal cells of the efferent ducts of pigeon (Stefanini et al.
The efferent ducts (not shown) provide a means for spermatozoa to leave the testes.
The rete tubules flow to the extremitas capitata where they penetrate the outer tunica albuginea and connect with the efferent ducts.
Ultrastructural differences in efferent ducts and several regions of the epididymis of the hamster.