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Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone

Descriptions of Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone

Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone: Hypothalamic peptide that regulates the synthesis and secretion of GROWTH HORMONE in the anterior pituitary gland.
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Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone : hypothalamic peptide that regulates the synthesis and secretion of growth hormone in the anterior pituitary gland.
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Summary Information: Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone

Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone: Growth hormone-releasing hormone is a hormone produced in the hypothalamus. Growth hormone-releasing hormone increases the release of growth hormone, which is produced and secreted by the pituitary gland. Growth hormone-releasing hormone is produced during periods of exercise, low blood sugar, and high levels of amino acids in the blood.

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Other Names: Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone

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