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(Science: chemical) human growth hormone-releasing factor(1-29)amide. The biologically active fragment of somatotropin-releasing hormone. It is used to stimulate growth in children with a growth hormone deficiency or insufficiency.

Chemical name: somatoliberin (human pancreatic islet), 29-L-argininamide-30-de-L-glutamine-31-de-L-glutamine-32-deglycine-33-de-L-glutamic acid-34-de-L-serine-35-de-L-asparagine-36-de-L-glutamine-37-de-L-glutamic acid-38-de-L-arginine-39-deglycine-40-de-L-alanine-41-de-L-arginine-42-de-L-alanine-43-de-L-arginine-44-de-L-leucinamide-