somatomedin

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so·mat·o·me·din

 (sō-măt′ə-mēd′n, sō′mə-tə-)
[Perhaps somato(tropin) + (inter)med(iary) + -in.]
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somatomedin

(ˌsəʊmətəˈmiːdɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) a protein hormone that promotes tissue growth under the influence of growth hormone
[C20: from somato- + Latin medius middle + -in]
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so•mat•o•me•din

(səˌmæt əˈmid n)

n.
any of various liver hormones that enhance the activity of a variety of other hormones, as somatotropin.
[1970–75; somato- + -med-, as in intermediary]
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Octreotide Acetate Injection, a Somatostatin Analog, is indicated to reduce blood levels of growth hormone and IGF-I (somatomedin C) in acromegaly patients who have had inadequate response to or cannot be treated with surgical resection, pituitary irradiation, and bromocriptine mesylate at maximally tolerated doses, concluded the company.
Somatomedin C and Arginine: Implicit connections between mutually isolated literatures.