FSH cum receptorio eius.

Folliculos stimulans hormon, abbreviatura FSH, est hormon ex duabus catenis, alpha (FSHA, OMIM: 118850) et beta (FSHB, OMIM: 136530), compositum. FSH de cellula gonadotropica lobi anterioris hypophysis secernitur[1]. Et in viribus et in muliebris hormono FSH munera propria sunt.

Functiones FSHRecensere

Cyclus mensualis apud muliebresRecensere

 
Cursus FSH.

Cycli mensualis ineunte FSH folliculos in ovariis immaturos stimulat[2].

Spermatogenesis apud virosRecensere

FSH spermatocytos in testibus virorum stimulat[3].

NotaeRecensere

  1. Sharma T. P., Nett T. M., Karsch F. J., Phillips D. J., Lee J. S., Herkimer C., Padmanabhan V. (2012). "Neuroendocrine control of FSH secretion: IV. Hypothalamic control of pituitary FSH-regulatory proteins and their relationship to changes in FSH synthesis and secretion". Biology of reproduction 86 (6): 171 
  2. Messinis I. E., Messini C. I., Dafopoulos K. (2014). "Novel aspects of the endocrinology of the menstrual cycle". Reproductive biomedicine online 28 (6): 714-22 
  3. Huhtaniemi I. (2015). "A short evolutionary history of FSH-stimulated spermatogenesis". Hormones (Athens, Greece) 14 (4): 468-78 

Nexus interni

Nexus externiRecensere

  • Laboratorium et FSH. (Anglice)
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