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Control of growth hormone release, by growth hormone releasing factor and PGE2, from superfused rat anterior pituitary cells



Control of growth hormone release, by growth hormone releasing factor and PGE2, from superfused rat anterior pituitary cells



Reproduction, Nutrition, Developpement 28(2A): 229-231



The response of cultures of pituitary cells to superfusion of growth hormone releasing hormone was shown to be similar to the response to PGE2 in respect of the quantity and timing of growth hormone release.

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