GNRH


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GNRHGonadotropin-Releasing Hormone
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Estrous synchronization can be managed by different programs including single or combined use of hormones such as progestagens, estrogens, melatonin, PGF2[alpha], PMSG, hCG, GnRH in breeding, transition or anestrous seasons in goats (Alaam, 2005; Titi et al.
The patients in Group A received HMG and GnRH antagonist for COH, while those in group B received only HMG.
In its first decade, it did not gain popularity because it cannot work in GnRH agonist-based ovarian stimulation protocols.
The hypothalamic GnRH is a key regulator in normal puberty and sexual development and function (Beate et al.
50 percent) of present findings could be due to the sequelae of suppressed hypothalamic GnRH and pituitary LH secretion which depressed the ovarian function.
20[beta],21-trihydroxy-4-pregnen-3-one (SCHULZ; MIURA, 2002), whereas GnRH analogues comprise D-Ala6, Pro9Net-mGnRH, metoclopramide and dopamine (DAS, 2004).
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).
One study conducted in Argentina in 2001 showed evidence that GnRH analog also protects the occurrence of premature ovarian insufficiency after chemotherapy and maintains fertility in patients.
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.
The interdisciplinary approach used with this patient led to her being treated with GnRH for 4 months.