androstene

androstene

 [an´dro-stēn]
an unsaturated cyclic hydrocarbon, C19H30, forming the nucleus of testosterone and certain other androgens.

an·dro·stene

(an'drō-stēn),
Androstane with an unsaturated (that is, -CH=CH-) bond in the molecule.

an·dro·stene

(an'drō-stēn)
Androstane with an unsaturated (i.e., -CH=CH-) bond in the molecule.
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In addition, the synthesis of 17-indazole androstene derivative was prepared by the reaction of 17-chloro-16-formylandrosta-5,16-dien-3[beta]-yl acetate with indazole [11].
DHEA, an androstene hormone, has been shown to possess a wide range of beneficial biological effects mainly attributed to immune system modulation [1].
Page et al., "Studies of the pharmacology of 17[alpha]-ethynyl-androst-5-ene-3[beta],7[beta],17[beta]-triol, a synthetic anti-inflammatory androstene," International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, vol.
60 'jetty', or jet black, used to be IEATY 70 these names have now gone, more is the PITY 80 he's a retired business man now, a RETIREE 90 he to whom an allotment is made is an ALLOTTEE THE TEENS 113 a partway floor, is a MEZZANINE 114 the driver has a very dirty WINDSCREEN 115 a complex steroid is ANDROSTENE 116 a derivative of resorcinol is HEXYLAMINE 117 the pop group arrived in a LIMOUSINE 118 their drummer also played the TAMBOURINE 119 an amino sugar called GLUCOSAMINE [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]
Acacia nilotica contains gallic acid, m-digallic acid, (+)-catechin, chlorogenic acid, gallolyated flavan-3, 4-diol, robidandiol (7, 3, 4, 5-tetrahydroxyflavan-3-4-diol), androstene steroid, D-pinitol carbohydrate, catechin-5-galloyl ester (Khalid et.
Drugs such as androstene and androstenediol, previously available as supplements under the Dietary and Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, have since been reclassified as controlled substances, whereas others with similar physiological effects, such as dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), have not.
Drugs such as androstene and androstenediol, which were previously available as supplements under the Dietary and Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, have since been reclassified as controlled substances, whereas others with similar physiological effects, such as dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), have not.
Immune up-regulation and tumor apoptosis by androstene steroids.
manufacturing, androstene) marketing, and distributing in March 2004.
In one interview, a participant commented: I use a collection of weight-training enhancements such as creatine, androstene, and HMB for the personal choice to build muscle, not necessarily for my HIV.
OTC hormone supplements that may increase testosterone include DHEA and Androstene (Mark McGuire's fave.) Many doctors, however, don't advocate the use of these androgenic supplements, particularly for their female patients, for fear of masculinization, liver trouble or an increase in cardia c risk factors.
* "Androstene steroids" to block the action of cortisone (according to the reporter's writeup, which we have not yet checked further).