Concluding Summary and Remarks
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For decades, it has been a black box to understand how tissue homeostasis is controlled in the ovary. Processes of proliferation such as growth and maturation of follicles and CL formation must be well balanced with events of involution such as follicular atresia and luteolysis.
KeywordsGranulosa Cell Primordial Follicle Luteal Cell Preovulatory Follicle Thecal Cell
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