LHRH


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LHRH

abbr.
luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone

LHRH

Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone, GnRH, gonadotropin-releasing hormone, LRH, LRF Endocrinology A decapeptide synthesized by hypothalamic neurons which controls production of ♂ and ♀ sex hormones, and stimulates FSH and LH release in response to CNS stimulation. See Hypothalamus.

LHRH

luteinizing hormone–releasing hormone.
See: hormone
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