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methandienone, methandrostenolone

an anabolic steroid with androgenic effects.
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In making aforementioned statements, and by using the term "Metandesenolone," Defendants are deliberately attempting to mislead consumers in to believing they are purchasing Methandrostenolone or its equivalent.
Determination of methandrostenolone and its metabolites in equine plasma and urine by coupled-column liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detection and confirmation by tandem mass spectrometry.
Ziegler then developed the first synthetic steroid, methandrostenolone, which is known as Dianabol.
The sample reportedly tested positive for the banned steroid Dianabol, a trade name for the anabolic agent methandrostenolone, a complex substance that mimics the production of the male sex hormone testosterone.
Common oral steroids used by athletes today include oxymetholone, oxandrolone, and methandrostenolone.
One study, however, failed to find an effect of the AAS methandrostenolone (Dianabol) on stimulation of the median forebrain bundle (Clark, Lindenfeld, & Gibbons, 1993).
PRODUCT DERIVATIVE Anadiol Testosterone Anadrol 50 Oxymetholone Anavar Oxandrolone Cheque Drops Mibolerone Deca-Durabolin Nandrolone Depo-Testosterone Testosterone Dianabol Methandrostenolone Equipoise Boldenone Finaject Trenobolone Lyphomed Nandrolone Malogen Testosterone Nandrabolin Nandrolone Parabolan Trenbolone Primobolan Methenolone Primoteston Depot Testosterone Sostenon 250 Testosterone (Esters) Sten Testosterone Stenox Fluoxymesterone Winstrol V Stanozolol
methandrostenolone to Ciba (1959), oxymesterone to Farmitalia (1960), stanozolol to Sterling Drug (1962) [9].
This steroid, a chlor-substituted version of methandrostenolone, had been introduced for clinical use in 1965 [491; by 1966, it was already being abused and administered to male athletes in the GDR sports system to enhance muscle strength, aggressiveness, and performance.