antiestrogenic

anti-oestrogenic

adjective Referring to an effect that suppresses or inhibits oestrogenic activity.
 
noun An agent that counters oestrogenic activity.

antiestrogenic

adjective Referring to an effect that suppresses or inhibits estrogenic activity noun A general term for an agent that counters estrogenic activity

an·ti·es·tro·gen·ic

(an'tē-es-trō-jen'ik)
Counteracting or suppressing estrogenic activity.
Synonym(s): antioestrogenic.
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Clomiphene is an antiestrogenic modulator, which is prohibited at all times by the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).
The use of energy-based therapies in special populations, such as survivors of breast cancer or other gynecologic cancers, as well as women undergoing chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and hormonal manipulation (particularly with antiestrogenic SERMs and aromatase inhibitors) has not been adequately evaluated.
Due to the absence of phytoestrogenic isoflavones, the focus of research on black cohosh has moved toward its antiestrogenic and neuroendocrine properties.
One of the most commonly tried chemotherapeutic drugs is the antiestrogenic drug tamoxifen (10).
Concerning the antiestrogenic actions of melatonin, it is clear that the pineal hormone behaves as a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM).
It can be attributed to the antiestrogenic activity of BPA as estrogen is known to increase the excitability of myometrium.
Their name says it all, as phytoestrogens exhibit mild estrogenic and antiestrogenic activity in the body.
To facilitate the collective interpretation of multiple studies, EDSP Tier 1 screening data were conceptually organized around hypothesized modes of action (e.g., altered receptor signaling, altered hormone synthesis, altered neuroendocrine axis function) in "estrogenic," "antiestrogenic," "androgenic," "antiandrogenic," and "thyroid-active" pathways (EDSTAC 1998; U.S.
Lack of estrogenic or antiestrogenic actions of soy isoflavones in an avian model: The Japanese quail.
For antiestrogenic evaluation, before cell incubation, 17[beta]-estradiol 10 nM was added to the wells.
halliana [11], which had antidiabetics, improving memory, antioxidant, anticancer, estrogenic, and antiestrogenic activities [24-26], was a competitive inhibitor of glucose transport [27].
Phytoestrogens such as coumestans, stilbenes, ellagitannins, lignans, and isoflavones are similar to endogenous estrogen and therefore they have both antiestrogenic and estrogenic effects [66].