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dihydrotestosterone

 (DHT) [di-hi″dro-tes-tos´tĕ-rōn]
an androgenic hormone formed in peripheral tissue from testosterone; thought to be the androgen responsible for development of the male primary sex characters during embryogenesis and of male secondary sex characters at puberty, and for adult male sexual function.
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DHT

abbr.
1. dihydrotachysterol
2. dihydrotestosterone
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DHT

Abbreviation for:
dihydrotestosterone
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DHT

Dihydrotestosterone, see there.
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DHT

Abbreviation for dihydrotestosterone.
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