GnRH


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GnRH

abbr.
gonadotropin-releasing hormone
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GnRH

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) gonadotrophin-releasing hormone: a peptide that is released from the brain and stimulates the pituitary gland to secrete gonadotrophic hormones that act in turn on the sex glands
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Translations

GnRH

abbr gonadotropin-releasing hormone. V. hormone.
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The oral GnRH antagonist, elagolix, 150 mg daily for up to 24 months or 200 mg twice daily for 6 months, was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in July 2018.
Luteal support is necessary for patients undergoing IVF-ET with Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH)-antagonist protocol.
Para el tratamiento 2 se utilizaron las vacas que a la ultrasonografia tenian en sus ovarios foliculos [mayor que o igual a]8 mm de diametro, se aplico una dosis de un analogo sintetico de la hormona GnRH (acetato de buserelina, 2,5 ml por dosis, concentracion de 0,0042 mg/ml), por via intramuscular).
"If you look at the gold standard drug for endometriosis now, which is a GnRH agonist, which are highly available and are either injectable or implants, [patients taking these drugs] can have very severe hot flashes that require additional medication to alleviate the hot flashes at the same time."
Then, the explants collected from each saline- and LPS-treated ewe were divided into 6 parts and randomly assigned to one of the experimental groups as follows: I--control ("native"): incubated in "pure" medium 199; II--GnRH control: treated with GnRH (100 pmol/mL); III--LPS: treated with LPS (10ng/mL); IV--LPS + GnRH: incubated in medium with both LPS (10 ng/mL) and GnRH (100 pmol/mL); V--LPS + LBP: treated with LPS (10ng/mL) and LBP (120ng/mL); VI--LPS + LBP + GnRH: treated with LPS (10ng/mL), LBP (120ng/mL), and GnRH (100 pmol/mL).
Gonadotropin-releasing hormon (GnRH) Analoglari Gonadotropin-releasing hormon (GnRH) analoglari, dogal GnRH'ya benzer sentetik peptidlerdir.
Young women with stage I or II breast cancer who cannot take tamoxifen (due to contraindications or severe side effects) may receive a GnRH agonist alone, oophorectomy, or an aromatase inhibitor + GnRH agonist.
Several studies have reported conflicting results regarding the outcome of COS-IUI cycles using GnRH antagonists in terms of clinical pregnancy rate.
Kisspeptin, neurokinin B, and dynorphin A (KNDy) are co-expressed in neurons of the arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus and they play an important role in regulating pulsatile GnRH secretion (1).
Ovulation induction protocols should be individually tailored with minimal dose and duration of gonadotropins combined with gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) antagonist or in vitro oocyte maturation, and carefully monitored.
Group I were treated with Ovsynch plus early luteal phase GnRH injection at random stage of estrous cycle and Group II were treated alike Group I but initiated on 6th day of estrous cycle after detected estrus.