Difference between Somatostatin and Somatotrophin

Somatostatin
Somatostatin
1. It is secreted by hypothalamus
2. It is a growth inhibiting hormone, as it inhibits the secretion of somatotrophin or growth hormone.
3. It acts over the secretion of the endocrine gland. Thus it is  not a systemic hormone.
4. It is also produced by some pancreatic cells and digestive cells.
Somatotrophin
1. It is secreted by anterior lobe of pituitary gland
2. It is a growth stimulating hormone
3. It acts over all body tissues promoting growth. Thus it is a systemic hormone.
4. It is only secreted by anterior lobe of pituitary gland.
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1 comments:

Zak Mistry said...

I was looking for the treatment for some common ailment of which I had heard from my cousin.
Among which were such symptoms as an obesity, heart disease in association with symptoms of low T, weight gain, muscle loss, hair loss, fatigue etc. And don't forget disorders of the pituitary gland and hypothalamus as my doctor said.

In order to find out the reasons for my suffering, I had to learn how to prepare for test. Next,
I gonna get the results of a blood test, and rather begin to treat the most unpleasant symptoms.

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