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CRH

CRH

corticotropin-releasing hormone.

CRH

abbr.
corticotropin-releasing hormone

CRH

CRH

Corticotropin-releasing hormone A potent neuropeptide that stimulates synthesis and secretion of proopiomelanocortin-derived peptides; it is markedly ↑ in pregnancy, Cushing syndrome due to ectopic CRH; its activity is turned off by a 37 kD binding protein. See Proopiomelanocortin.

CRH

Abbreviation for corticotropin-releasing hormone.

CRH

Abbreviation for corticotropin-releasing hormone.

CRH

corticotropin releasing hormone.
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The CRH primer sequences were 5'-000TCCCATCTCCCTGGAT-3' (forward) and 5'-TGTGAGCTTGCTGTGCTAACTG-3' (reverse), and the dual-labeled fluorescent probe was 5'-(FAM)TCCT000GGAAGTCTTGGAAATGGC(TAMRA)-3', where FAM is 6-carboxyfluorescein and TAMRA is 6-carboxytetramethylrhodamine.
Florian Holsboer, director of the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, and his associates involving 20 depressed inpatients, the CRH antagonist produced a greater than 50% drop in Hamilton Depression Rating Scale scores.
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