(shăl′ē), Andrew Victor Born 1926.
Polish-born American physiologist. He shared a 1977 Nobel Prize for discovering and synthesizing the hormones that control anterior pituitary hormone secretion.
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* Daniel Schally has practiced law in Alaska for more than twenty years, clerking in Kodiak and working as an assistant district attorney for Southeast before becoming district court judge and superior court judge pro tempore in Southcentral in 2005.
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The production of [P.sub.4] has been known to be stimulated mainly by luteinizing hormone (LH) (Schally et al., 1971; Hammond et al., 1980; Wells et al., 1981; Marrone and Hertelendy, 1983; Robinson and Renema, 1999; Hyang et al., 2007).
Schally, "Inhibition of prostate tumor growth in two rat models by chronic administration of D-Trp6 analogue of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Schally, "On the half life of thyrotropin-releasing hormone in rats," Neuroendocrinology, vol.