Talk:Gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogue

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That's correct. Merge it. The two are the same.

Actually an analog could be an agonist or an antagonist. It just means the peptide is structured similarly to the original or derived from it. Thus we cannot just "merge" it as identical subjects, but it could be combined.


  1. A brief analog article leading to separate agonist and antagonist articles.
  2. A larger comprehensive article incorporating analog, agonist, and antagonist.

Ekem 23:52, 19 September 2005 (UTC)

As agonists and antagonists are different agents they have received their own articles with the rewrite. Ekem 22:15, 10 December 2005 (UTC)

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