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Adult human and mouse ovaries lack DDX4-expressing functional oogonial stem cells

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Figure 1: Cell isolation with DDX4-specific antibody–based FACS from adult human and mouse ovaries.

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This study was supported by grants to O.H. from the Swedish Research Council, the Karolinska Institute and Stockholm County Council Research Funds (ALF); by a grant to L.L. from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of China National Basic Research Program (2010CB94500); by a grant to F.L. from the Ragnar Söderberg Foundation, the Swedish Research Council (2013-32485-100360-64) and the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (ICA12-0001); and by grants to K.L. from the Jane and Dan Olssons Foundation, the LUA/ALF-medel Västra Götalandsregionen, AFA Insurance, the Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Cancer Foundation; and by grants (HIRP100680 and RP110444) to J.-A.G. from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), the Texas Emerging Technology Fund under Agreement no. 300-9-1958, the Robert A. Welch Foundation (grant no. E-0004), and the Swedish Cancer Fund. S. Petropoulos is supported by the Mats Sundin Postdoctoral Fellowship.

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Zhang, H., Panula, S., Petropoulos, S. et al. Adult human and mouse ovaries lack DDX4-expressing functional oogonial stem cells. Nat Med 21, 1116–1118 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm.3775

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