TRH is a peptide hormone that has central effects, unrelated to its endocrine effects, via an action at the pituitary-thyroid axis. It is made by a cluster of nerve cells in the hypothalamus and has been used successfully in research to treat children with neurological disorders including intractable epilepsy. Additionally, it has been researched for potential benefit in the aging process, feeding behavior, free radical reduction, and regulation of the autonomic nervous system.
|TRH Thyrotropin (Protirelin) Peptide|
|Molar Mass||362.38 g/mol-1|