luteotropin

luteotropin

[loo-tee-uh-troh-pin]
noun

Origin:
1940–45; luteotrop(ic) + -in2

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luteotrophin, esp (US) luteotrophic hormone, esp (US) luteotropin or esp (US) luteotropic hormone (ˌluːtɪəʊˈtrəʊfɪn)
 
n
other names for prolactin
 
luteotrophic hormone, esp (US) luteotrophic hormone, esp (US) luteotropin or esp (US) luteotropic hormone
 
n
 
luteotropin, esp (US) luteotrophic hormone, esp (US) luteotropin or esp (US) luteotropic hormone
 
n
 
luteotropic hormone, esp (US) luteotrophic hormone, esp (US) luteotropin or esp (US) luteotropic hormone
 
n

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luteotropin lu·te·o·tro·pin (lōō'tē-ə-trō'pĭn)
n.
See prolactin.

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