HPL

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Related to human placental lactogen: estrogen, HCG, prolactin, human chorionic gonadotropin

HPL

Language used in HP9825A/S/T "Desktop Calculators", 1978(?) and ported to the early Series 200 family (9826 and 9836, 68000). Fairly simple and standard, but with extensive I/O support for data acquisition and control (BCD, Serial, 16 bit custom and IEEE 488 interfaces), including interrupt handling. Currently owned by Structured Software Systems. "HPL Operating Manual for Series 200, Models 216, 226 and 235\6", HP 98614-90010, Jan 1984.
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(5) increased concentrations of human placental lactogen promote lipolytic activity in maternal adipocytes.
Prediction of fetal growth based on maternal serum concentrations of human chorionic gonadotropin, human placental lactogen and estriol.
But as pregnancy progresses, human placental lactogen, progesterone, and prolactin cause insulin resistance, so the dose must be increased.
Human placental lactogen (HPL), which is synthesized by the syncytial trophoblasts and reaches peak production at the 40th gestational week, is another key hormone of pregnancy.

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