Re|la|xin [lat. relaxare = erweitern, lockern, nachlassen, erholen; -in (3)], das; -s, -e; Abk.: RLX: den weiblichen Sexualhormonen zugerechnetes, aus zwei Peptidketten mit 24 bzw. 32 Aminosäureresten bestehendes Peptid-Hormon (MG 6333), das für die Eröffnungsperiode bei der Geburt wichtig ist.

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[zu Relaxation] das, -s, vom Gelbkörper gebildetes weibliches Sexualhormon, das vor einer Geburt den Gebärmutterhals erweitert und die Symphyse des Schambeins lockert.

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