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What does G-L stand for?

G-L stands for human granulosa-lutein

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Oxytocin receptor regulation and action in a human granulosa-lutein cell line. Copland JA1, Zlatnik MG, Ives KL, Soloff MS.
Regulated expression of the renin-angiotensin-system in human granulosa lutein cells: angiotensin II increases VEGF expression but its synthesis is reduced by hCG. Herr D1, Duncan WC, Hack G, Konrad R, Kreienberg R, Wulff C.
Expression of ER a and ER ß in human granulosa-lutein cells. Pagidas, K Objective: The autocrine role of intra ovarian estrogen, especially 17 β estradiol in human folliculogenesis remains controversial. It is presumed to act via a receptor-mediated pathway. The role of the classic estrogen receptor, ER α in human follicular development remains questionable.
Here, we observed that INTL1, through NAMPT expression, increased IGF-1-induced STAR and CYP19A1 protein level (HSD3B and CYP11A1 protein levels were not affected). These results could explain the increase in progesterone and estradiol secretion in response to IGF-1. In the present study, we have also shown that INTL1, through NAMPT, increased IGF-1-induced MAPK3/1 phosphorylation, whereas we did not observe an effect on Akt signaling pathway (data not shown). The potential involvement of MAPK3/1 in the regulation of steroidogenesis is still a matter of debate [62, 63]. Thus, the involvement of MAPK3/1 in the INTL1 effects on human granulosa-lutein.