resorcylic acid lactones

resorcylic acid lactones (rezˈ·ōr·siˑ·lik aˑ·sid lakˑ·tōnz),

n.pl phytoestrogens formed by molds; often responsible for cereal crop contamination.

resorcylic acid lactones

found in plants, e.g. zearalenone, an estrogenic substance found in fungi.
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Instrumental analysis revealed estrone but no significant levels of resorcylic acid lactones or trenbolone metabolites.
2], Tb-17[alpha], Tb-17[beta], the six resorcylic acid lactones ([alpha]-zearalenol, [beta]-zearalenol, [alpha]-zearalanol, [beta]-zearalanol, zearalenone, zearalanone), and MGA] were assayed using both the E-SCREEN and the A-SCREEN assays.
2], 99% for testosterone, 103% for Tb-17[beta], 100% for Tb-17[beta], and between 95% and 101% for six resorcylic acid lactones.