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Concept Radioimmunoassay
Academic Article Urinary excretion of immunoreactive gonadotropin-releasing hormone-like material in prepubertal and pubertal children.
Academic Article Measurement of 24,25 dihydroxyvitamin D in sera of neonates and children.
Academic Article Responsivity of pituitary gonadotropes to luteinizing hormone-releasing factor in idiopathic precocious puberty, precocious thelarche, precocious adrenarche, and in patients treated with medroxyprogesterone acetate.
Academic Article Urinary excretion of IGF-I and growth hormone in children with IDDM.
Academic Article Normative data for adrenal steroidogenesis in a healthy pediatric population: age- and sex-related changes after adrenocorticotropin stimulation.
Academic Article Pulsatile release of bioactive luteinizing hormone in prepubertal girls: discordance with immunoreactive luteinizing hormone pulses.
Academic Article Variable estimates of serum growth hormone concentrations by different radioassay systems.
Academic Article Gonadotropins during childhood and adolescence: a review.
Academic Article Gonadotropin suppression by low dose estrogen in men: evidence for differential effects upon FSH and LH.
Academic Article Preparation of urine containing small amounts of FSH and LH for radioimmunoassay: comparison of the kaolin-acetone and acetone extraction techniques.
Academic Article The absence of positive feedback between estrogen and luteinizing hormone in sexually immature girls.
Academic Article Pubertal maturation of the gonadotropin stimulatory response to clomiphene: case report.
Academic Article FSH suppression during short term HCG administration: a gonadally mediated process.
Academic Article Suppressed follicle stimulating hormone in men with chorionic gonadotropin secreting testicular tumors.
Academic Article Bioassayable luteinizing hormone during childhood and adolescence and in patients with delayed pubertal development.
Academic Article The use of a commercially available somatomedin-C radioimmunoassay in patients with disorders of growth.
Academic Article Serum bioactive luteinizing and follicle-stimulating hormone concentrations in girls increase during puberty.
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