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Is the hormone protein,steroid or glycoprotein?
1. Follicle-stimulating hormone
2. Cortisol
3. Antidiuretic hormone
4. Parathyroid hormone
5. Thyroid-stimulating hormone
6. Insulin
7. Norepinephrine

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