Dynamics of gonadotropin-releasing hormone release during a pulse.

Abstract

This study examined the nature of the GnRH signal that travels down the pituitary portal vessels and causes an LH pulse. Individual GnRH pulses were described in terms of abruptness of increase and decrease, amplitude, duration, and amount of GnRH released. Pituitary portal blood was obtained at 30-sec intervals for 2.5 or 5 h from five short-term… (More)

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@article{Moenter1992DynamicsOG, title={Dynamics of gonadotropin-releasing hormone release during a pulse.}, author={Suzanne M. Moenter and R{\"{u}diger Brand and A Rees Midgley and Fred J. Karsch}, journal={Endocrinology}, year={1992}, volume={130 1}, pages={503-10} }