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FSH
anterior pituitary
LH
anterior pituitary
Estradiol (E2)
granulosa cells; pregnenolone --> androstenedione --> aromatase --> estrone --> estradiol via 17B-HSD OR --> 17B-HSD--> testosterone --> aromatase --> estradiol (testosterone converted to estradiol in adipose tissue and liver)
Estrone (E1)
in liver from estradiol; in peripheral tissues from androstenedione
Estriol (E3)
in liver from estradiol; in peripheral tissues from androstenedione
Progesterone
corpus luteum until 10 wks, placenta after 7- 10 wks; cholesterol --> prenenolone (via scc) --> progesterone (via 3B-HSD/KSI)
GnRH
hypothalamus (to anterior pituitary by portal circulation)
Testosterone
Leydig cells; cholesterol --> pregnenolone via scc --> progesterone via 3B-HSD --> androstenedione --> testosterone via type 3 17B-HSD
Inhibin B
Sertoli Cells
DHT
Leydig cells; T --> DHT by alpha-reductase <--> 3-a adnrostanediol (via 3a-HSD), more potent than T
adrenostendione
theca cells
hCG
placenta
Anti-Mullerian Hormone
Sertoli cells
Prostaglandins
decidua, myometrium, fetal membranes
Oxytocin
OT gene upregulated by estrogen