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5-HT
Serotonin
It's produced in the Central Nervous System and the Gastrointestinal Tract
T4
Thyroxine
It's produced in the Thyroid
T3
Triiodothyroine
It's produced in the Thyroid
EPI
Epinephrine (or adrenaline)
It's produced in the Adrenal glands
NRE
Norepinephrine (or noradrenaline)
It's produced in the Adrenal glands
DPM
Dopamine
It's produced in the Hypothalamus
AMH
Antimullerian hormone
It's produced in the Testes
Acrp30
Adiponectin
It's produced in Adipose tissue
ACTH
Adrenocorticotropic hormone
It's produced in the Pituitary gland
AGT
Angiotensinogen and Angiotensin
It's produced in the Liver
ADH
Antidiuretic hormone (or Vasopressin or Argenine Vasopressin)
It's produced in the Hypothalamus and stored in the Pituitary gland
ANP
Atrial-naturiuretic peptide (or atriopeptin)
It's produced in the Heart
CT
Calcitonin
It's produced in the Thyroid
CCK
Cholecystokinin
It's produced in the Duodenum
CRH
Corticotropin-releasing hormone
It's produced in the Hypothalamus
EPO
Erythropoietin
It's produced in the Kidneys
FSH
Follicle-stimulating hormone
It's produced in the Pituitary gland
GRP
Gastrin
It's produced in the Stomach and the Duodenum
GHRL
Ghrelin
It's produced in the Stomach
GCG
Glucagon
It's produced in the Pancreas
GnRH
Gonadotropin-releasing Hormone
It's produced in the Hypothalamus
GHRH
Growth hormone releasing hormone
It's produced in the Hypothalamus
hCG
Human chorionic gonadotropin
It's produced in the Placenta
HPL
Human placental lactogen
It's produced in the Placenta
GH or hGH
Growth hormone
It's produced in the Pituitary
INHA, INHBA or INHBB
Inhibin (is either alpha, beta A or beta B)
It's produced in the Testes
INS
Insulin
It's produced in the Pancreas
IGF
Insulin-like growth factor (or somatomedin)
It's produced in the Liver
LEP
Leptin
It's produced in Adipose tissue
LH
Luteinizing hormone
It's produced in the Pituitary gland
MSH or α-MSH
Melanocyte stimulating hormone
It's produced in the Pituitary gland
OXY
Oxytocin
It's produced in the Hypothalamus and stored in the Pituitary gland
PTH
Parathyroid hormone
It's produced in the Parathyroid
PRL
Prolactin
It's produced in the Pituitary gland
RLN
Relaxin
It's produced by the corpus luteum, the breast and, (during pregnancy)by the placenta, chorion and decidua
SCT
Secretin
It's produced in the Duodenum
SRIF
Somatostatin
It's produced in the Hypothalamus and the Pancreas
TPO
Thrombopoietin
It's produced in the Liver and Kidneys
TSH
Thyroid-stimulating hormone
It's produced in the Pituitary gland
TRH
Thyrotropin-releasing hormone
It's produced in the Hypothalamus
DHEA
Dehydroepiandrosterone
It's produced in the Adrenal glands, the Gonads, Adipose tissue, Brain and in the Skin (by an autocrine mechanism)
DHT
Dihydrotestosterone
It's produced in the Prostate gland, Testes, hair follicles, and Adrenal glands
E2
Estradiol
It's produced in the ovaries
PG
Prostaglandins
It's produced in the Seminal Vesicles
LT
Leukotrienes
It is produced in the body from arachidonic acid by the enzyme 5-lipoxygenase.
PGI2
Prostacyclin
It's produced in the Endothelium
TXA2
Thromboxane
It's produced in blood Platelets
E3
Estriol
It's produced in the Placenta
E1
Estrone
It's produced in the Ovaries