LE WE PMID CA
Testis (Development)8562Hoden (Entwicklung)

17 alpha hydroxylase 17 20 lyase

3 beta hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase2

3 beta hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase3

5 alpha Reductase

Adrenal gland (Hyperplasia congenital)

AMH

AMHR2

Androgens (Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism)

Campomelic dysplasia

DAX1 NR0B1

Denys Drash syndrome

Folliculogenesis

Frasier s syndrome

Hedgehog

HESX1

Hypophysis (Development)

Infertility

INSL3 Insulin like 3 Relaxin like factor

KAL

Kallmann s syndrome

Leptin

LHX3 Lim3

LHX4

NR5A1 SF1

Ovary (Development)

P450 side chain cleavage

Pituitary gland (Insufficiency Panhypopituitarism)

PROP1

Puberty (Delayed)

Receptor (Androgen)

Receptor (FSH)

Receptor (GnRH)

Receptor (LH)

SOX9

Spermatogenesis and spermatozoon

Sry

StAR

Steroid hormones (Synthesis)

Testis (Development)

Thyroxine

WT1

2002  
1
Genetic causes of human reproductive disease.
[12050198] J Clin Endocrinol Metab 87(6): 2447-54 (2002)
2011  
2
2010  
3
Illuminating testis morphogenesis in the mouse.
[19875491] J Androl 31(1): 5-10 (2010)
2008  
4
The role of thyroid hormone in testicular development and function.
[18728126] J Endocrinol 199(3): 351-65 (2008)
2010  
5
Sry: the master switch in mammalian sex determination.
[21062860] Development 137(23): 3921-30 (2010)

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