E-TABM-234 - Transcription profiling of human testis samples from men with highly defined and homogenous testicular pathologies reveals patterns that correlate with distinct stages of spermatogenesis
Released on 11 June 2008, last updated on 26 April 2016
Identification of gene expression patterns that correlate with distinct stages of male germ cell development using biopsies from men with highly defined and homogenous testicular pathologies based on the Johnsen score procedure. The Johnsen score procedure is a classical histopathological scoring procedure that classifies the germ cell composition from different stages of spermatogenic impairment.
transcription profiling by array, clinical history design, co-expression design, disease state design
Fold-change correction values for testicular somatic transcripts in gene expression studies of human spermatogenesis. Heike Cappallo-Obermann, Caroline Feig, Wolfgang Schulze, Andrej-Nikolai Spiess.