Development of Xenopus laevis bipotential gonads into testis or ovary is driven by sex-specific cell-cell interactions, proliferation rate, cell migration and deposition of extracellular matrix

Rafal P. Piprek, Malgorzata Kloc, Jean Pierre Tassan, Jacek Z. Kubiak

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