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A light micrograph of a human egg, which is surrounded by a matrix of glycoproteins, called the zona pellucida (brown rim), and a layer of follicle cells, called the corona radiata (yellow).

By | November 12, 2012

Cell Journal, Spike Walker

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JohnWW

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November 12, 2012

Simple question: Are the small, dark-headed, long thin-tailed cells (I count three of them) in or approaching the corona spermatozoa?

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