GnIHGonadotropin-Inhibitory Hormone
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Further, it became clear that neurons which synthesize estrogen have the receptor for GnIH.
This research shows that GnIH acts on the neurons which synthesize estrogen, to greatly increase production of estrogen and greatly decrease aggressiveness in male quail.
Because reproductive hormones often promote the growth of cancer cells, GnIH might also work as an anti-cancer agent.
The study conducted using animal models showed that the stress hormones not only suppress GnRH but also boost the suppressor GnIH - a double whammy for the reproductive system.