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Mouse external genital development
(A) A schematic diagram of mouse external genitalia development from the sexual indifferent stage (E10.5–E15) to adult sexual dimorphic stage. Reprinted from PMID 23358455
(B) A developmental time window when penile development is sensitive to endocrine disruption.
(C) Signaling pathways implicated in genital masculinization.
AR, androgen receptor; b, baculum (os penis); EB, estradiol benzoate; Flut, flutamide; gp, glans penis; p, prepuce; u, urethra.
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