human chorionic gonadotropin

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Synonyms for human chorionic gonadotropin

hormone produced early in pregnancy by the placenta

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Post-PMSG injection, 5 IU of human cholionic gonadotrophin (hCG; Pregnyl, Serono, Anbunne, Switzerland) was injected for superovulation.
She was prescribed a seven-day course of the hormone Metrodin and booster drug Pregnyl at a private clinic.
She was given the hormone Metrodine to inject into her arm and tablets called Pregnyl to take at the same time.
The commercial hCG preparations Sigma C6322 (CHO-cell recombinant hCG) and C5297 (Sigma Diagnostics), Serono Profasi (Serono), Ferring Choragon (Ferring), Organon Pregnyl (Organon), and Scripps C0713 and C0714 (Scripps Laboratories) were purchased or provided as gifts (all but the Sigma preparations) and analyzed similarly in specific immunoassays to determine the content of intact hCG and hCG-related molecules.
Mandy was prescribed the hormone Metrodine and a booster drug called Pregnyl.