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Vol. 12, Special Issue 9 (2023)

Role of inhibin hormone: An update

Author(s):
Preeti Verma, Anand Kumar Jain, Aditya Mishra, Deepika D Jesse, Sanju Mandal, Anil Gattani, Pragati Patel, Purnima Singh and Manish Jatav
Abstract:
Inhibin hormone is synthesize and secreted by granulosa and theca cells of ovary having glycoprotein in nature. Inhibin is effectively important for the control of reproductive functions in mammalians. It also produced during pregnancy in females from different foetal structure whereas it is secreted from sertoli cells of testis in males. In cattle and goats FSH and inhibin A were found to be inversely correlated, highlighting the crucial role of dominant follicle-produced inhibin in bringing the FSH transitory peaks to an end. FSH and Inhibin have an inverse correlation whereas; inhibin and estradiol-17 are positively correlated in the plasma of the animals. Plasma levels of Inhibin B are now known to be a non-invasive diagnostic tool to measure the amount of spermatogenesis. Clinical applications of inhibin for induction of fertility, inhibin inhibits FSH concentration via directly acts on pituitary gonadotrophs and thus offer offers potential for increased fertility. Guo et al. (2020) reported that immunisation against inhibin, increases the frequency of ovulations that can increase either in-vivo or in-vitro fertility in dairy cows. Ma et al. (2021) performed meta-analysis and quality evaluation techniques for evaluation of fertility in cattle immunised with inhibin. Superovulation technology in cattle is more effective and labor-saving because to inhibin immunity. The ability to maximise the number of ovarian developing follicles (Superovulation response) depends on the methods employed to induce superovulation in cattle.
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How to cite this article:
Preeti Verma, Anand Kumar Jain, Aditya Mishra, Deepika D Jesse, Sanju Mandal, Anil Gattani, Pragati Patel, Purnima Singh and Manish Jatav. Role of inhibin hormone: An update. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(9S): 1162-1167.

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