PMID: 6772355Feb 1, 1980

Endocrine influences on serum acid-ethanol soluble non-suppressible in insulin-like activity (NSILA-S)

Clinical Endocrinology
R C FranklinD P Cameron

Abstract

Serum levels of the acid-ethanol soluble component of non-suppressible insulin-like activity (NSILA-S) have been measured by bioassay in patient with hyperprolactinaemia, hypothyroidism, thyrotoxicosis and diabetes mellitus, and in normal subjects administered prednisone, oestrogens of androgens. Hyperprolactinaemia per se did not influence serum NSILA-S, however when GH was deficient prolactin hypersecretion may have maintained serum NSILA-S. Thyroid hormones, insulin and steroids did not appear to influence serum NSILA-S. These results suggest that regulation of the serum concentration of NSILA-S is not a common effector mechanism by which these hormones influence statural growth in man.

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