human chorionic gonadotropin

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  • noun

Synonyms for human chorionic gonadotropin

hormone produced early in pregnancy by the placenta

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Evaluation of an assay of the free beta-subunit of choriogonadotropin and its potential value in screening for Down's syndrome.
One-step chromatographic immunoassay for qualitative determination of choriogonadotropin in urine.
Human choriogonadotropin (hCG): comparisons between determinations of intact hCG, free hCG [beta]-subunit, and "total" hCG + [beta] in serum during the first half of high-risk pregnancy.
The ([beta]-human choriogonadotropin (([beta]-hCG) ELISA reagent set (Biocell Biotechnology) consisted of a series of ([beta]-hCG solutions from 0 to 400 IU/L and a stock solution of HRP-labeled [beta]-hCG monoclonal antibody.
Elevation of free [beta]-subunit of human choriogonadotropin and core [beta] fragment of choriogonadotropin in serum and urine of patients with malignant pancreatic and biliary disease Cancer Res 1992;52:4628-33.
Concentrations of human choriogonadotropin, its [beta]-subunit, and the core fragment of the [beta]-subunit in serum and urine of men and nonpregnant women.
Choriogonadotropin testing: nomenclature, reference preparations, assay performance, and clinical application; approved guideline.