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Term:decreased circulating prolactin level
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Definition:less than expected blood concentration of the hormone that stimulates milk secretion
Synonyms:exact_synonym: decreased circulating mammotropin level;   decreased serum levels of PRL;   decreased serum levels of galactopoietic hormone;   decreased serum levels of lactation hormone;   decreased serum levels of lactogenic hormone;   decreased serum levels of lactotropin;   decreased serum levels of mammotropic factor;   decreased serum levels of mammotropic hormone;   decreased serum levels of prolactin;   hypoprolactinaemia;   hypoprolactinemia;   reduced circulating prolactin level

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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Lrrk2 leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 IMP RGD PMID:23799078 RGD:13462048 NCBI chr 7:132,857,311...133,018,549
Ensembl chr 7:132,857,628...133,018,584
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G Lrrk2em1Sage leucine-rich repeat kinase 2; zinc finger nuclease induced mutant 1, Sigma Advanced Genetic Engineering Labs IMP RGD PMID:23799078 RGD:13462048

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  mammalian phenotype 5006
    homeostasis/metabolism phenotype 1172
      abnormal homeostasis 1118
        abnormal hormone level 242
          abnormal circulating hormone level 217
            abnormal circulating gonadotropin level 19
              decreased circulating gonadotropin level 12
                decreased circulating prolactin level 6
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