endocrine hormones

en·do·crine hor·mones

hormones produced by the endocrine system. Compare: tissue hormones, endocrine (2).
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Preliminary results are expected in the second half of 2019 and will provide a first insight into the effects of HTL0030310 on the control of glucose and other endocrine hormones and the potential to target Cushing's disease and other endocrine disorders.
It is believed that salivary glands of the rats are not fully functional at the time of birth and complete their morphological development by 7 - 10 weeks of age.19-21 This period can be of a critical importance as changes in endocrine hormones as thyroid hormone, growth hormone and androgens can affect the normal development of the salivary glands.22
It has been reported in previous studies that differentiation and proliferation of leukocytes is affected by variety of endocrine hormones including glucocorticoids, prolactin, testosterone, estradiol, and androgen and growth hormone.3It has been proposed now that ghrelin, as a novel member of endocrine system with hematopoietic effects, may have substantial effects on leukocyte count.
Endocrine abnormalities increase over time.[sup][4] His endocrine hormones levels should be monitored periodically.
These cells release pancreatic endocrine hormones such as insulin in response to changes in blood sugar.
In published studies, hypoglycemic and hypolypidemic effects of CCF are investigated in obesity and diabetic individuals, but the relation of this effect with endocrine hormones is somewhat unclear.
The FGF-19 family members are potent endocrine hormones in the regulation of a diverse physiological homeostasis.
Detrimental effects of 900 MHz EMF emitted by cell phone on some of endocrine hormones was reported in literatures and our previous studies [1,9].
The effect of the endocrine hormones, catecholamines, and glucocorticoids on muscle physiology, immune and inflammatory pathways, the cardiovascular system, and gastrointestinal activity is well explored.