GnRH


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GnRH

GnRH

abbr.
gonadotropin-releasing hormone

GnRH

GnRH

Gonadotropin-releasing hormone, see there. See LHRH.

GnRH

Abbreviation for gonadotropin-releasing hormone.

GnRH

Abbrev. for GONADOTROPHIN-releasing hormone.
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42) Similarly, circulating testosterone concentrations in the turkeys in this case series were considered to be lower when the deslorelin acetate implants were present than what would be expected without GnRH agonist therapy.
Each participant was randomly allocated to either GnRH antagonist protocol during early and late follicular phase group or GnRH antagonist protocol (flexible) group or long GnRH agonist protocol group.
2011, 2012) and DeVries and Jawor (2013) found that during GnRH challenges, levels of CORT do increase in cardinals but there is no co-variation between CORT and T levels pre- or post-injection.
According to obtained results in this study, GnRH concentration in experimental groups indicates significant decrease as compared with control group (Table 1, Diagram 1).
We aimed to compare the stimulation characteristics and IVF (embryo transfer (ET)) pregnancy outcomes of women with PCOS using a standard GnRH antagonist (cetrorelix) protocol for ovarian stimulation with non-PCOS patients undergoing IVF using a similar protocol.
In mammals and birds, GnRH is released from nerve terminals in the median eminence into portal capillary vessels.
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It has been recently demonstrated that the GnRH 1 mutations might also cause human congenital IHH.
Currently, GnRH has been characterized into 25 molecular isoforms, 14 distinct and 11 variant isoforms in vertebrates and invertebrates, respectively.
While GnRH triggers a cascade of hormones that prime the body for sex and procreation, GnIH puts a brake on the cascade.