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OBJECTIVE It has been gradually realized that GH may have important physiological functions in adult humans. The biochemical diagnosis of adult GHD is established by provocative testing of GH(More)
In obesity, there is a markedly decreased GH secretion. The diagnosis of GH deficiency (GHD) in adults is based on peak GH responses to stimulation tests. In the severely obese, peak GH levels after(More)
Lin28 (also termed Lin28a) and Lin28b are related RNA-binding proteins, involved in the control of microRNA synthesis, especially of the let-7 family, with putative functions in early (embryo)(More)
GH secretion in response to provocative stimuli is decreased in obese individuals. However, the precise mechanism causing this decrease is unknown. In an attempt to determine if reduced cholinergic(More)