CRH STIMULATION OF ACTH SECRETION DURING BILATERAL PETROSAL VENOUS SAMPLING

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

CRH cortocotropin releasing factor is a major physiologic stimulator of
ACTH in humans. In normal volunteers, administered CRH results in an
increase of ACTH in the evening as opposed to the morning. This protocol
proposes to evaluate the hypothesis that patients with preexisting
abnormal regulation of CRH may have an abnormal diurnal pattern of
response to administered CRH.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date12/1/783/31/09

Funding

  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources
  • National Center for Research Resources

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