GNRH


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GNRHGonadotropin-Releasing Hormone
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Aside from inherent differences in avian GnRH types and receptor subtypes, contributing factors for the minimal change in behavior after leuprolide acetate administration could have been seasonality and use of doses (50-100 [micro]g/kg) below or at the low end of the wide dose range published (100-1200 [micro]g/kg).
This study was performed to answer the question that adding GnRH antagonist in the early follicular phase could improve pregnancy rate in comparison with other standard protocols since it suppresses the increased level of LH in PCOS patients, especially in GnRH antagonist protocol which can reduce oocytes quality and pregnancy.
NHTherapeutics is a clinical stage pharmaceutical company that focuses on GnRH agonism to treat conditions associated with decreased hormonal levels (hypogonadism) due to aging or disease and other endocrine disorders.
GnRH antagonist associates with less adiposity and reduced characteristics of metabolic syndrome and atherosclerosis compared with orchiectomy and GnRH agonist in a preclinical mouse model.
Upon capture, birds were transported to a centralized area for banding and GnRH challenges.
The level of GnRH hormone serum concentration: The findings related to GnRH hormones concentration indicated that we observed significant decrease of hormone level as compared with control group.
Literature on the comparative effect and pregnancy outcome of the use of GnRH antagonists for ovulation induction in PCOS patients is limited.
IGF-I is a growth-related signal that links the peripheral energy status to the hypothalamus to regulate the developmental increase of GnRH secretion.
Intrauterin donemde GnRH noronlarinin olfactor bulbustan hipotalamusa gocu KAL gen ve urunu Anosmin-1 tarafindan yapilmaktadir ki bu gen mutasyonlarinda Kallman Sendromu olusur.
The mouse models have shown that FGF signaling is required for olfactory placade induction and differentiation, and the postnatal maintenance of the GnRH neuronal system plays a pivotal role.
04 g body weight (BW)) were injected with aELH and GnRHs, including buserelin (mammalian GnRH analogue), octopus GnRH (octGnRH), and tunicate GnRH-I (tGnRH-I), at doses of 20 ng/g BW and 200 ng/g BW.
RESULTS: Neonatal exposure to BPA was associated with increased serum testosterone and estradiol levels, reduced progesterone in adulthood, and altered in vitro GnRH secretion.