somatotrophin

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Alcohol, slow wave sleep, and the somatotropic axis.
ACTH: Adrenocorticotropic hormones; DCA: Desoxycorticosterone; GAS: General adaptation syndrome; STH: Somatotropic hormone (growth hormone)
2008) observed that the IGF-I levels accurately reflected growth rate prior to elevations in sex steroids, suggesting that IGF-I may provide an endocrine signal between the somatotropic and reproductive axes that growth rate and/or size are sufficient to initiate gonad development.
A role for the somatotropic axis in neural development, injury and disease.
The role of the somatotropic system in cognition and other cerebral functions.
Somatotropic and gonadotropic axis linkages in infancy, childhood, and the puberty-adult transition.
The anterolateral sensory system has a somatotropic relationship, with fibers from higher levels laminating medially and ventrally and fibers from lower levels laminating laterally and dorsally in side the LST (34,38,39).
This may reflect the lack of body weight change in the SI mice and indicates that chronic social isolation stress exerts a greater effect on adiposity with little impact on the somatotropic axis.
Candidate gene markers associated with somatotropic axis and milk selection.
Somatotropic actions of the homologus growth hormone and prolactins in the euryhaline teleost, Oreochomis mossambicus.
Several mechanisms such as reduced somatotropic secretion, increased peripheral GH resistance, hypothalamic somatostatinergic hyperactivity, drug interference (i.
Somatotropic therapy is, at its core, a somatic approach to uncovering and resolving the major topological schemas representing unresolved traumas in infants, children, and adults.
In his latest work, published Dec 15 in the journal Genes and Development, Guarente added to his case by reporting that sirtuins bring about the effects of calorie restriction on a brain system, known as the somatotropic signaling axis, that controls growth and influences lifespan length.
Guarente said that sirtuins bring about the effects of calorie restriction on a brain system, known as the somatotropic signaling axis, that controls growth and influences lifespan length.
Selye first described the protective effects of somatotropic hormone against the catabolic effects and susceptibility to infection caused by Cortisol excess.
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