thyroliberin


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thy·ro·lib·er·in

(thī'rō-lib'ĕr-in),
A tripeptide hormone from the hypothalamus, which stimulates the anterior lobe of the hypophysis to release thyrotropin; l-pyroglutamyl-l-histidyl-l-prolinamide.
[thyrotropin + L. libero, to free, + -in]

thyroliberin

[thī′rōlib′ərin]
a tripeptide hormone produced by the hypothalamus that stimulates the anterior pituitary gland to release thyrotropin. Also called thyrotropin-releasing hormone.

thy·ro·lib·er·in

(thī'rō-lib'ĕr-in)
A tripeptide hormone from the hypothalamus, which stimulates the anterior lobe of the hypophysis to release thyrotropin.
Compare: bioregulator
Synonym(s): thyrotropin-releasing hormone.
[thyrotropin + L. libero, to free, + -in]

thy·ro·lib·er·in

(thī'rō-lib'ĕr-in)
Tripeptide hormone from hypothalamus, which stimulates anterior lobe of hypophysis to release thyrotropin.
[thyrotropin + L. libero, to free, + -in]
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