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Chromatin configurations in the germinal vesicle of mammalian oocytes

Preliminary findings in germinal vesicle transplantation of immature human oocytes

Can germinal vesicle oocytes from stimulated cycles mature spontaneously?

Germinal vesicle transfer between fresh and cryopreserved immature mouse oocytes

Metaphase II nuclei generated by germinal vesicle transfer in mouse oocytes support embryonic development to term

Reconstruction of mouse oocytes by germinal vesicle transfer: maturity of host oocyte cytoplasm determines meiosis

Embryo development after successful somatic cell nuclear transfer to in vitro matured human germinal vesicle oocytes *

Xenopus Maintenance-Type DNA Methyltransferase Is Accumulated and Translocated into Germinal Vesicles of Oocytes

Human cumulus-enclosed germinal vesicle oocytes from early antral follicles reveal heterogeneous cellular and molecular features associated with in vitro maturation capacity

The competence of germinal vesicle oocytes is unrelated to nuclear chromatin configuration and strictly depends on cytoplasmic quantity and quality in the cat model

In vitro maturation of human germinal vesicle-stage oocytes: role of epidermal growth factor-like growth factors in the culture medium

In-vitro development of mouse zygotes following reconstruction by sequential transfer of germinal vesicles and haploid pronuclei

In-vitro maturation of human germinal vesicle stage oocytes: role of cumulus cells and epidermal growth factor in the culture medium.

Maturation of a binuclear oocyte from the germinal vesicle stage to metaphase II: formation of two polar bodies and two haploid chromosome sets.

Vitrification of mouse germinal vesicle oocytes: effect of treatment temperature and egg yolk on chromatin and spindle normality and cumulus integrity

 

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The diploid nucleus of a primary oocyte during vitellogenesis. The nucleus is generally arrested in a postsynaptic stage of meiotic prophase. See Chronology, 1825, Purkinje.

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