Definition of Thyrotropin-releasing hormone
1. Noun. Hormone released by the hypothalamus that controls the release of thyroid-stimulating hormone from the anterior pituitary.
Generic synonyms: Endocrine, Hormone, Internal Secretion
Medical Definition of Thyrotropin-releasing hormone
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Literary usage of Thyrotropin-releasing hormone
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1. The Neuroscience of Mental Health: A Report on Neuroscience Research edited by Stephen H. Koslow (1997)
"... hormone Neuropeptide Y Neurotensin Oxytocin Prolactin Somatostatin Substance K Substance P thyrotropin-releasing hormone Vasoactive intestinal peptide ..."
2. Reviews in Environmental Health (1998): Toxicological Defense Mechanics edited by Gary E. R. Hook, George W. Lucier (2000)
"... thyrotropin-releasing hormone stimulation of thyrotrophs), tyrosine kinase (eg, after insulin binding to the membrane receptor), and calcium ion flux. ..."
3. Schizophrenia, 1993: A Special Report edited by David Shore, Samuel J. Keith (1996)
"Wahby, VS; Ibrahim, С.Л.; Ciller, EL; Mason, JW; Saddik, FW; Adams, JR; Martin, RP; and Milad, ER Thyrotropin response to thyrotropin-releasing hormone in ..."