Jian Sian Lee

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FSH is a key reproductive hormone involved in the control of ovarian folliculogenesis and steroidogenesis. Multiple regulatory mechanisms govern the release of FSH. These regulatory mechanisms appear to work in concert to modulate the level, pattern and biological potency of circulating FSH, thereby adjusting the gonadotrophic stimulus to meet the challenge(More)
The immune system is the defense mechanism in living organisms that protects against the invasion of foreign materials, microorganisms, and pathogens. It involves multiple organs and tissues in human body, such as lymph nodes, spleen, and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissues. However, the execution of immune activities depends on a number of specific cell(More)
Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) is a key hormone in the regulation of follicular development. Although the existence of FSH heterogeneity is well established, the physiological significance of this pleomorphism remains unknown. Observed changes in circulating FSH heterogeneity during critical reproductive events such as puberty and reproductive cyclicity(More)
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