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prolactin

 [pro-lak´tin]
a hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary gland that promotes the growth of breast tissue and stimulates and sustains milk production in postpartum mammals, and shows luteotropic activity in certain mammals. Called also lactogenic hormone and mammotropin.

PRL

Abbreviation for prolactin.

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prolactin.

PRL

abbreviation for prolactin.

PRL

The gene on 6p22.2-p21.3 that encodes prolactin.

PRL

Abbreviation for prolactin.

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Correlation (Pearson r) of Staining Patterns for Exploratory Set Pituitary Adenomas (n = 38) (a) Stain Pit-1 SF1 ASU PRL GH Pit-1 1 -0.
PRL were due to meet last night to discuss the whole issue.
Los hallazgos de este estudio mostraron que aunque solo el 14,3 % de las pacientes con crisis lupica presentaba HPRL absoluta, el valor promedio de PRL en estas pacientes se encontraba cercano a los valores considerados como limite superior normal, a diferencia de las pacientes inactivas cuyos valores de PRL fueron muchos menores, con una media aritmetica 2,7 veces menor al grupo de pacientes en crisis.
Jerzy Szacki's words about the valuable character of Polish culture in the times of the PRL appear to be confirmed.
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Then, a constant amount of Mab2s was mixed with different dilutions of PRL and incubated for 1 h at 37[degrees]C prior to application to the blocked ELISA plate.
Las frecuencias alelicas para los genotipos del gen PRL donde el 39% corresponde al genotipo AA, 28% al AB y 33% al BB.
The representative PRL gene of exon 4 from sheep that deposited in GenBank under accession no.
Lakha Mianwali Mushki and Peshawari for these four genetic markers 24-bp indel (insertion-deletion) at the site of -358 of chickens PRL gene was only the one who showed significant affect (P=0.
However, PRL can present with proteinuria or nephrotic syndrome and rapidly progress to renal failure, especially when both kidneys are affected.
Several studies have reported significantly higher PRL levels in SLE patients, and these higher levels of PRL compared with the controls were significantly related to SLE activity.