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Placental lactogen (chorionic somatomammotropin), is a placental polypeptide hormone.
Relative effects of pregnancy, human placental lactogen and prednisolone on carbohydrate tolerance in normal and subclinical diabetic subjects.
The importance of the IGF-1 on fetal growth is deduced from the association observed between low hormone concentrations and fetal risk seen in 57% of newborn with IUGR and a 13% perinatal mortality seem to be related to a deficit in placental lactogen secretion (Handwerger & Freemark, 2000).
Enhanced 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D activity due to increased estrogen, human placental lactogen, and parathyroid-related protein (PTHrP) 5.
Serologic evaluation has not proven definitive as maternal serum concentrations of human chorionic gonadotropin, human placental lactogen, progesterone, estriol, estradiol, as well as maternal serum alpha fetoprotein (MSAFP) may not differ from that of a normal pregnancy.
A standardized pre-weighed test meal, consisting of six items (nestum mixed in lactogen [rice-based weaning food from Nestle India Ltd.
Experts suspect it is related to changing hormone levels, particularly human placental lactogen, produced by the placenta.
But as pregnancy progresses, human placental lactogen, progesterone, and prolactin cause insulin resistance, so the dose must be increased.
3); prolactin (6p21); and human placental lactogen (17q22-24).
The researchers found one mother in Bangladesh who had been given a flyer in a clinic by a company representative with a pro-bottle message referring to Lactogen, a Nestle infant formula.
In Bangladesh, shantytowns were filled with Nestle Lactogen tins that poor women said had been donated to them, IBFAN reports claimed.
Ironically, several of these hormones such as estrogen, cortisol, and human placental lactogen (HPL) have a blocking effect on insulin, a "contra-insulin" effect.