Re my post above pertaining to biochemical produced by the testicles.
Wonder how many are affected by LH and FSH ? https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newscientist.com/article/dn26506-amaze-balls-testicles-site-of-most-diverse-proteins/amp/
The proteins in our cells and tissues are responsible for everything from repair and maintenance to the production of signalling chemicals. You might expect that the brain, being our most sophisticated organ, would produce the widest array of proteins. But while the brain hosts 318 unique proteins that we know of, testicles are home to 999.
It is one of the surprising messages from the latest, most comprehensive version of the Human Protein Atlas “proteome” – an inventory of all the proteins produced in the human body. Launched this week onproteinatlas.org, the atlas represents a decade of work in 13 laboratories, led by Mathias Uhlén of the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. http://www.proteinatlas.org/
“It’s all very well knowing all our genes but at the end of the day, all human disease and biology stem from the proteins – the building blocks of humans,” says Uhlén. “What we’ve produced is like a Gray’s Anatomy for proteins.”
The atlas reveals for the first time where most of these proteins are made and what they are doing in our bodies.