Articles written in Journal of Biosciences
Volume 6 Issue S2 July 1984 pp 97-106
The regulation of secretion of chorionic gonadotropin in primates has been studied using both
Volume 10 Issue 4 December 1986 pp 423-428
A sensitive radioimmunoassay for gonadotropin releasing hormone has been developed. The assay has been validated for its specificity by testing various analogues of gonadotropin releasing hormone. Analysis of plasma samples during the menstrual cycle of 4 female bonnet monkeys showed a significant increase in the immunoreactive gonadotropin releasing hormone levels during preovulatory period of the menstrual cycle.
Volume 10 Issue 4 December 1986 pp 429-441
Using a specific radioimmunoassay for gonadotropin releasing hormone, the presence of gonadotropin releasing hormone like material in the first trimester human placenta has been demonstrated. The material has been partially characterized using carboxy methyl cellulose chromatography, high pressure gel permeation chromatography and reverse phase C18 high pressure liquid chromatographic analysis. Analysis for bioactivity revealed that placental gonadotropin releasing hormone is much more active than synthetic gonadotropin releasing hormone in