Determining the existence of a hormone via experiments.

How would you experimentally verify the existence of a hormone?

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...ssue has properties that affect the hormone. For example, pancreatic tissue has digestive enzymes, so if it is ground up and re-implanted, the pancreatic hormone could be destroyed.

C) Next, the ablated tissue is re-implanted into the subject in a location different than the tissue origin. The symptoms that were produced by ablation should be reversed or prevented. You should note that if the suspected hormone is a blood-borne hormone, that the replacement of that tissue will restore the absent hormone. If the ablated tissue is of the nervous system (NS) origin, ...