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Luteinising hormone

Luteinising hormone

(Science: endocrinology) a glycoprotein hormone (26 kD) and gonadotrophin. Made up of an _ chain (96 amino acids) identical to other gonadotrophins and a hormone specific _ chain. Acts with follicle-stimulating hormone to stimulate sex hormone release.


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When luteinising hormone (LH) production in women stops,what do they experience? Prenancy? Menopause? Menstruation? Labour Pain??? ...

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by Revenged
Tue Jul 03, 2007 11:01 pm
 
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LH

When luteinising hormone (LH) production in women stops,what do they experience? Prenancy? Menopause? Menstruation? Labour Pain??? ...

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by biocupid
Mon Jul 02, 2007 8:25 am
 
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