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  1. Isolated growth hormone deficiency is a condition caused by a severe shortage or absence of growth hormone. Growth hormone is a protein that is necessary for the ...
  2. ... results from the body's inability to use growth hormone, a substance produced by the brain's pituitary ... provides instructions for making a protein called the growth hormone receptor. The receptor is present on the outer ...
  3. The GH1 gene provides instructions for making the growth hormone protein. Growth hormone is produced in the growth-stimulating somatotropic cells ... is located at the base of the brain. Growth hormone is necessary for the normal growth of the ...
  4. The GHRHR gene provides instructions for making the growth hormone releasing hormone receptor. This receptor is active (expressed) ... of the brain and produces many hormones, including growth hormone. Growth hormone is necessary for the normal growth ...
  5. ... provides instructions for making a protein called the growth hormone receptor. This receptor is embedded in the outer ... and is most abundant in liver cells.The growth hormone receptor has three major parts: An extracellular region ...
  6. ... adenoma. The abnormal gland releases excess amounts of growth hormone, a hormone that normally helps direct growth of ... also have excess amounts of a hormone called growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH), which is produced by a ...
  7. ... important body functions. One of these hormones, called growth hormone, helps direct normal growth of the body's ... in the pituitary gland, in the release of growth hormone from the gland, or in both processes. Genetic ...
  8. ... BTK gene have been found to cause isolated growth hormone deficiency type III, a condition characterized by slow ... version of the BTK protein. People with isolated growth hormone deficiency are prone to infections because they produce ...
  9. ... hormones that control many important body functions, including growth hormone, which helps direct growth of the body. The abnormal gland releases more growth hormone than normal, causing rapid growth in individuals with ...
  10. ... that makes several hormones) may produce too much growth hormone. Excess growth hormone can result in acromegaly, a condition characterized by ... features that are often described as "coarse." Excess growth hormone secretion may also lead to increased expansion of ...
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