gonadotrophin-releasing hormone

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gonadotrophin-releasing hormone

gonadotrophin-releasing hormone n.

gonadotrophin-releasing hormone

gonadotrophin-releasing hormone n.

gonadotrophin-releasing hormone n.

gonadotrophin-releasing hormone n.

gonadotrophin-releasing hormone n.

Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone agonists for fertility preservation: unraveling the enigma?

Pulsatile gonadotrophin secretion in women with polycystic ovary syndrome after gonadotrophin-releasing hormone agonist treatment.

Revisiting gonadotrophin-releasing hormone agonist protocols and management of poor ovarian responses to gonadotrophins

Human chorionic gonadotrophin luteal support overcomes luteal phase inadequacy after gonadotrophin-releasing hormone agonist-induced ovulation in gonadotrophin-stimulated cycles.

EndocrinologyHormonal profile during the follicular phase in cycles stimulated with a combination of human menopausal gonadotrophin and gonadotrophin-releasing hormone antagonist (Cetrorelix)

Does triggering ovulation with gonadotrophin-releasing hormone analogue prevent severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome?

Ovulation induction using s.c. pulsatile gonadotrophin-releasing hormone: effectiveness of different pulse frequencies

Short term pituitary desensitization: effects of different doses of the gonadotrophin-releasing hormone agonist triptorelin

Endocrinology: Effect of mifepristone (RU486) on the pituitary response to gonadotrophin releasing hormone in women

Human placental gonadotrophin-releasing hormone-like factors: an artefact of human placental peptidases?

Glucocorticoids modulate human gonadotrophin releasing hormone upstream promoter activity in transfected human placental cells (JEG-3).

Effects of gonadotrophin releasing hormone analogues on human endometrial stromal cells and embryo invasion in vitro


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(GnRH, gonadorelin) a peptide hormone produced in the hypothalamus and transported via the bloodstream to the pituitary gland, where it controls the synthesis and release of pituitary gonadotrophins. It may be used to test the ability of the pituitary to produce gonadotrophins. Gonadorelin analogues are used to treat endometriosis, fibroids, some types of infertility, and prostate cancer.

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