⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'Leydig' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Leydig cell
Leydig-Zelle {f}
Leydig cell
Leydig-Zwischenzelle {f}
Leydig cell tumor <LCT> [Am.]
Leydigzelltumor {m} [auch: Leydig-Zelltumor]
Leydig cell tumour <LCT> [Br.]
Leydigzelltumor {m} [auch: Leydig-Zelltumor]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Leydig's organ (named after the German histologist Franz Leydig who first described it in 1857) is a unique structure found only in some, but not all, elasmobranchs (sharks and rays).
  • In situ ligand binding studies have shown that 125I inhibin βA binds specifically to Leydig cells throughout rat testis development.
  • These are Leydig cells. Soon after they differentiate, Leydig cells begin to produce androgens.
  • Vinclozolin induces an increase in leydig cell tumors in rats.
  • They are also produced in the Leydig's organ, which is only found in certain cartilaginous fishes.
  • High alcohol usage lowers testosterone levels by direct damage to the Leydig cells (which produce testosterone) and by affecting hormones involved in signaling to the Leydig cells to produce testosterone.
  • "D. canis" was first described by Franz Leydig in 1859.
  • Insulin-Like Peptide 3 (INSL3) is produced by the interstitial Leydig cells located in the adult testes.
  • These cells are called Leydig cells and they are found in the testes.
  • EDS can eliminate all adult Leydig cells in testis of adult male rats, after which Leydig cells will regenerate from stem cells.
  • Oxytocin produced by leydig cells has been shown to be a driving factor in the contractions by acting on peritubular myoid cells.
  • In the male reproductive system the NR4A1 gene is a promoter of insulin-like 3 in Leydig cells.
  • mRNA transcripts are highly expressed in testes leydig cells as well.
  • Franz von Leydig, also Franz Leydig ([...]; 21 May 1821 – 13 April 1908), was a German zoologist and comparative anatomist.
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