lactogen

(lak┬┤to-jәn) any substance that enhances lactation. human placental lactogen(HPL) (hPL) a hormone secreted by the placenta, which disappears from the blood immediately after delivery. It has lactogenic, luteotropic, and growth-promoting ac...
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lactogen

An agent that stimulates milk production or secretion. ... Origin: Lacto-+ G. -gen, producing ... Human placental lactogen (HPL), lactogen isolated from human placentas and structurally similar to somatotropin; its biological activity weakly mimics that of somatotropin and prolactin; secreted into maternal circulation; a deficiency of HPL during pr...
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lactogen

Type: Term Pronunciation: lak′tō-jen Definitions: 1. An agent that stimulates milk production or secretion.
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lactogen

[n] - any agent that enhances milk production
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