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Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone

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1 Definition

Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) is a signalling substance that is produced in several organ systems. There it plays an important role in their respective systeomics.

2 Composition

The Tripeptide TRH (pyroGlu-His-ProNH2) has a molecular weight of 362. Its structure has been first described in 1962.

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