epiandrosterone

epiandrosterone

 [ep″e-an-dros´ter-ōn]
an androgenic steroid less active than androsterone and excreted in small amounts in normal human urine.

ep·i·an·dros·ter·one

(ep'i-an-dros'tĕr-ōn),
Inactive isomer (3β instead of 3α) of androsterone; found in urine and in testicular and ovarian tissue.
Synonym(s): isoandrosterone

ep·i·an·dros·ter·one

(ep'i-an-dros'tĕr-ōn)
Inactive isomer of androsterone; found in urine and in testicular and ovarian tissue.
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