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Academic Article Impaired growth hormone-releasing hormone signal transduction in the dwarf (dw) rat is independent of a generalized defect in the stimulatory G-protein, Gs alpha.
Academic Article The little (lit) mutation cosegregates with the growth hormone releasing factor receptor on mouse chromosome 6.
Academic Article Sexual dimorphism of growth hormone-releasing hormone and somatostatin gene expression in the hypothalamus of the rat during development.
Academic Article Ultradian oscillations in somatostatin and growth hormone-releasing hormone mRNAs in the brains of adult male rats.
Academic Article Antagonism of endogenous growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) leads to reduced proliferation and apoptosis in MDA231 breast cancer cells.
Academic Article Growth hormone-releasing hormone neurons in the arcuate nucleus express both Sst1 and Sst2 somatostatin receptor genes.
Academic Article Regulation of somatostatin and growth hormone-releasing hormone gene expression in the rat brain.
Academic Article Autocrine/paracrine regulation of breast cancer cell proliferation by growth hormone releasing hormone via Ras, Raf, and mitogen-activated protein kinase.
Academic Article Growth hormone-releasing hormone messenger ribonucleic acid in the hypothalamus of the adult male rat is increased by testosterone.
Academic Article Developmental regulation of pituitary growth hormone-releasing hormone receptor gene expression in the rat.
Academic Article Gsh-1, an orphan Hox gene, is required for normal pituitary development.
Academic Article Stimulation of mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway in rat somatotrophs by growth hormone-releasing hormone.
Academic Article Cysteamine-induced enhancement of growth hormone-releasing factor (GRF) immunoreactivity in arcuate neurons: morphological evidence for putative somatostatin/GRF interactions within hypothalamus.
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