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Dissociation between pituitary GnRH binding sites and LH response to GnRH in vitro

Author
ABBOT, S. D1 ; NAIK, S. I; CLAYTON, R. N
[1] Univ. Birmingham Queen Elizabeth hosp., Birmingham, United Kingdom
Source

Molecular and cellular endocrinology. 1986, Vol 48, Num 2-3, pp 191-197 ; ref : 33 ref

CODEN
MCEND6
ISSN
0303-7207
Scientific domain
Biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics; Cell biology, histology; Endocrinology
Publisher
Elsevier, Shannon
Publication country
Ireland
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Gonadotrophine RH Hormone glycoprotéine Hormone peptide Hypophyse In vitro LH Libération Métabolisme Rat Site fixation Système hypothalamohypophysaire Mammalia Rodentia Vertebrata
Keyword (en)
Gonadotropin RH Glycoprotein hormone Peptide hormone Pituitary gland In vitro LH Release Metabolism Rat Binding site Hypothalamohypophyseal axis Mammalia Rodentia Vertebrata
Keyword (es)
Gonadotropina RH Hormona glicoproteica Hormona peptidica Hipofisis In vitro LH Liberacion Metabolismo Rata Sitio fijacion Eje hipotalamohipofisiario
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A28 Vertebrates: endocrinology / 002A28A Hypothalamus. Hypophysis. Epiphysis. Urophysis / 002A28A02 Hormones and neuropeptides. Regulation

Discipline
Vertebrates : endocrinology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
8206694

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