GHR

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GHRGrowth Hormone Receptor
GHRGenetics Home Reference
GHRGeneral Hypnotherapy Register (UK)
GHRGrowth Hormone Releaser
GHRGrowth Hormone Replacement
GHRGreater Hampton Roads (Norfolk, VA)
GHRGharghur (postal locality, Malta)
GHRGuaranteed Home Rating
GHRGlute Hamstring Raise (fitness training)
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Nuclear targeting of the growth hormone receptor results in dysregulation of cell proliferation and tumorigenesis.
Hormonal control of insulin-like growth factor-I and growth hormone receptor mRNA expression by porcine hepatocytes in culture.
growth hormone (gh), growth hormone receptor (ghr), insulin-like growth factor 1 (igf-1), insulin-like growth factor receptor (igf-1r), insulin-like growth factor binding protein 1 (igfbp-1), ghrelin (ghrl), cholecystokinin (cck) and glucokinase (gck), thyroglobulin (tg).
Gender-specific expression of multiple estrogen receptors, growth hormone receptors, insulin-like growth factors and vitellogenins, and effects of 17 beta-estradiol in the male tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus).Gen Comp Endocrinol., 1;156(3): 544-51.
(Barcelona, Spain) has patented a method for determinating cytokine receptor, especially growth hormone receptor (GHR), activation, by the use of an antibody capable of discriminating between an activated and an inactive cytokine receptor conformation, especially GHR or growth hormone binding protein (GHBP) conformation, the method comprising: contacting the antibody and the cytokine receptor to form a complex, contacting a candidate ligand to the complex, measuring the antibody binding to inactive cytokine receptor and thereby discriminating between an activated and an inactive conformation.
A growth hormone receptor antagonist for acromegaly, in people who have had an inadequate response to existing treatments (surgery, radiation treatment, and other medical therapies), or when these treatments are not appropriate.
Specific endometrial binding sites for bovine placental lactogen are antigenically similar to the growth hormone receptor. Proc.
A growth hormone receptor antagonist for acromegaly in people who have had an inadequate response to existing treatments (surgery, radiation treatment, and other medical therapies), or when these treatments are not appropriate.
The physiological actions of GH are mediated by the growth hormone receptor (GHR), which is expressed on target cells and tissues.
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