Medical Definition of Adrenotropin

1. A peptide hormone that is produced by the anterior pituitary gland. It stimulates the adrenal cortex to secrete glucocorticoid hormones, which help cells synthesise glucose, catabolize proteins, mobilizefree fatty acids and inhibit inflammation in allergic responses. (10 May 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adrenotropin

adrenomedullin
adrenomegaly
adrenomimetic
adrenomimetic amine
adrenomyeloneuropathy
adrenopathy
adrenoprival
adrenoreactive
adrenoreceptor
adrenoreceptors
adrenosterone
adrenotoxin
adrenotrophic
adrenotropic
adrenotropic hormone
adrenotropin (current term)
adret
adrets
adriamycin
adrift
adrift(p)
adrip
adrogation
adrogations
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adroiter
adroitest
adroitly
adroitness
adroitnesses

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