PMID: 747898Dec 1, 1978Paper

Stimulation by growth hormone of somatostatin release from the rat hypothalamus in vitro

Clinical Endocrinology
M C SheppardB Pimstone

Abstract

Growth hormone (GH) has been shown to cause a dose-dependent increase in the release of immunoreactive somatostatin from the rat hypothalamus in vitro, thus providing further evidence that GH may be involved in a "short loop" feedback, controlling its own secretion via hypothalamic somatostatin release.

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