Isolation and Characterization of Hypothalamic Peptide Hormones
The existence of peptides in the hypothalamus which are involved in the control of release of pituitary hormones is now well established; several have been isolated and chemically characterized and much is being learned about the physiological and chemical properties of their synthetic replicates and analogs.
KeywordsLuteinizing Hormone Follicle Stimulate Hormone Myelin Basic Protein Pituitary Hormone Luteinizing Hormone Release
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