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From: Progress and challenges in developing organoids in farm animal species for the study of reproduction and their applications to reproductive biotechnologies

Figure 3

Bovine oviduct 3-D models. (A) Oviduct aggregates/multicellular vesicles derived from primary cultures of bovine oviduct epithelial cells at day 10 of culture; (B) Oviduct organoids derived from bovine oviduct stem/progenitor cells at day 20 of culture; (C, D) Confocal microscopy pictures showing the presence of both ciliated (with alpha-tubulin in green) and non-ciliated cells (nuclei in red) in one vesicle (C) and one spherical organoid (D). Note that the apical end of cells, with cilia, is oriented outside in vesicles and towards the lumen in organoids.

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