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From: The oncogene Gankyrin is expressed in testicular cancer and contributes to cisplatin sensitivity in embryonal carcinoma cells

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Representative images for Gankyrin expression in human fetal testis and normal adult testis. Gankyrin (red), POU5F1 (green; gonocyte) and MAGE-A4 (blue; prespermatogonia) expression in A), 11 week and B) 18 week old human fetal testis, counterstained with DAPI, yellow arrows – gonocytes, white arrows – pre-spermatogonia, green arrows – differentiating gonocyte, orange arrows – Sertoli cells, Scalebars – 50 μm. C) Representative image of Gankyrin expression in normal human adult testis immunostained for SOX9 (cyan; Sertoli cells), POU5F1 (green), MAGE-A4 (blue; spermatogonia) and Gankyrin (red), Cyan arrow – spermatogonia. Scalebars – 50 μm, insets – no primary antibody controls. w-weeks.

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