long feedback loop

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In an endocrine long feedback loop the first hormone, for example TSH, stimulates the target tissue, in this case the thyroid, to produce a second hormone: T3 and T4.

The second hormone acts to inhibit the release of the first hormone (TSH) and, where appropriate, its releasing hormone (TRH)

Last reviewed 01/2018