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Luteinizing hormone is a hormone produced by gonadotropic cells in the anterior pituitary gland. The production of LH is regulated by gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from the hypothalamus. In females, an acute rise of LH triggers ovulation and development of the corpus luteum. In males, where LH had also been called interstitial cell–stimulating hormone (ICSH), it stimulates Leydig cell production of testosterone. It acts synergistically with follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).   Wikipedia

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  • Mechanism of Action:
  • Multi-specific: No
  • Black Box: No
  • Availability: Discontinued
  • Delivery Methods: Parenteral
  • Pro Drug: No

Combination drugs

atc g03 ga gonadotropins | follitropin alfa /lutropin alfa | icsh | insterstiial cell-stimulating hormone | leuveris | lh | lh-b | lsh-b | lsh- beta | luteinising hormone | luteinizing hormone | luteinizing hormone beta subunit | lutrophin | lutropin | lutropina alfa | lutropin alfa | lutropin alfa for injection | lutropin alpha | lutropin beta chain precursor | luveris | pergoveris | recombinant human luteinizing hormone | r-hlh

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