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Gilula NB, Epstein ML, Beers WH. Cell-to-cell communication and ovulation. A study of the cumulus-oocyte complex. (1978) J Cell Biol. 78(1):58-75. PMID 670298

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This historic 1978 paper describes early interaction between oocyte and granulose cells. Draft only.


See also: Hertig AT. The primary human oocyte: some observations on the fine structure of Balbiani's vitelline body and the origin of the annulate lamellae. (1968) Amer. J Anat. 122: 107-37. PMID 5654499



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