somatomammotropin

so·ma·to·mam·mo·tro·pin

(sō'mă-tō-mam'ō-trō'pin),
A peptide hormone, closely related to somatotropin in its biologic properties, produced by the normal placenta and by certain neoplasms.
[somato- + L. mamma, breast, + G. tropē, a turning, + -in]

so·ma·to·mam·mo·tro·pin

(sō'mă-tō-mam'ō-trō'pin)
A peptide hormone, closely related to somatotropin in its biologic properties, produced by the normal placenta and by certain neoplasms.
[somato- + L. mamma, breast, + G. tropē, a turning, + -in]

so·ma·to·mam·mo·tro·pin

(sō'mă-tō-mam'ō-trō'pin)
Peptide hormone, closely related to somatotropin in its biologic properties.
[somato- + L. mamma, breast, + G. tropē, a turning, + -in]
References in periodicals archive ?
4] Human genes: PLAC4, placenta-specific 4; CSH1, chorionic somatomammotropin hormone 1 (placental lactogen); CGB, chorionic gonadotropin, beta polypeptide; CRH, corticotropin releasing hormone.