ADH

(Humans as organisms) Anti-Diuretic Hormone

ADH

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for antidiuretic hormone; alcohol dehydrogenase.
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ADH

Synonym for antidiuretic hormone ... <endocrinology> A peptide hormone released from the posterior pituitary lobe but synthesised in the hypothalamus. There are 2 forms, differing only in the amino acid at position 8: arginine vasopressin is widespread, while lysine vasopressin is found in pigs. Has antidiuretic and vasopressor actions. Used ...
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ADH

antidiuretic hormone (see vasopressin).
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ADH

ADH: see antidiuretic hormone.
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ADH

In biology, part of the system maintaining a correct salt/water balance in vertebrates. Its release is stimulated by the hypothalamus in the brain, which constantly receives information about salt concentration from receptors situated in the neck. In conditions of water shortage increased ADH secretion from the brain will cause more efficient c...
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ADH

Antidiuretic hormone; a hormone produced by the hypothalamus and released by the posterior pituitary that acts on the kidneys to promote water reabsorption; also known as vasopressin.
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ADH

A benign (not cancer) condition in which there are more cells than normal in the lining of breast ducts and the cells look abnormal under a microscope. Having ADH increases the risk of breast cancer. Also called atypical ductal breast hyperplasia and atypical ductal hyperplasia.
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ADH

Antidiuretic hormone
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ADH

Antidiuretic hormone, vasopressin
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ADH

Abbreviation for alcohol dehydrogenases. These are occurring in the human liver (and also in the digestive tract) enzymes in the presence of the coenzyme NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, which acts as a hydrogen carrier) alcohol degrades and to acetaldehyde oxidized. This is biologically activated with the help of the enzyme ALDH (aldehyde d...
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