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What does somatostatin inhibiting hormone do ?
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Dr. William Forsythe
Emergency Medicine
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Somatostatin is an inhibiting hormone that is also known as growth hormone inhibiting hormone or somatotropin release inhibiting factor or hormone.
It helps regulate the endocrine system in many ways and has an inhibitory effect on the release of other secondary hormones.

In brief: Complicated answer
Somatostatin is an inhibiting hormone that is also known as growth hormone inhibiting hormone or somatotropin release inhibiting factor or hormone.
It helps regulate the endocrine system in many ways and has an inhibitory effect on the release of other secondary hormones.
Dr. William Forsythe
Dr. William Forsythe
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Dr. William Forsythe
Emergency Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Complicated answer
Somatostatin is an inhibiting hormone that is also known as growth hormone inhibiting hormone or somatotropin release inhibiting factor or hormone.
It helps regulate the endocrine system in many ways and has an inhibitory effect on the release of other secondary hormones.

In brief: Complicated answer
Somatostatin is an inhibiting hormone that is also known as growth hormone inhibiting hormone or somatotropin release inhibiting factor or hormone.
It helps regulate the endocrine system in many ways and has an inhibitory effect on the release of other secondary hormones.
Dr. William Forsythe
Dr. William Forsythe
Thank
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