• K. A. Ferguson
  • R. I. Cox


The discovery of hormones has usually followed physiological observations, and the first measurements of hormones have been by bioassays. Once a hormone has been identified, chemical or immunoassays have been developed. A wide variety of procedures are in current use according to analytical requirements. These methods are described in a recent 4 volume work (18).


Growth Hormone Luteinizing Hormone Follicle Stimulate Hormone Corpus Luteum Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide 
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