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Establishment and characterization of a steroidogenic human granulosa-like tumor cell line, KGN, that expresses functional follicle-stimulating hormone receptor. We established a steroidogenic human ovarian granulosa-like tumor cell line, designated KGN, from a patient with invasive ovarian granulosa cell carcinoma. The KGN cell line is a steroidogenic human ovarian granulose-like. The KGN cell line, an adult GCT cell line expressing mutated FOXL2 (C402G) gene,.

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