oestrone


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es·trone (E1),

(es'trōn),
A metabolite of 17β-estradiol, commonly found in urine, ovaries, and placenta; has considerably less biologic activity than the parent hormone.

oestrone

See estrone.

es·trone

(es'trōn)
A metabolite of 17β-estradiol, commonly found in urine, ovaries, and placenta, with considerably less biologic activity than the parent hormone.
Synonym(s): oestrone.

oestrone

see estrone.
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In vivo inhibition of oestrone sulphatase and dehydroepiandrosterone sulphatase by oestrone-3-O-sulphamate.
Plasma progesterone, oestrone and oestrone sulphate leveles during the first half of gestation in swamp buffaloes.
Tablets: Tablets containing oestradiol valerate, micronized oestradiol or piperazine oestrone sulphate are made from plants.
Progesterone and oestrone levels in the gonads and pyloric caeca of the male sea star Asterias rubens: a comparison with the corresponding levels in the female sea star.
The role of oestradiol and oestrone in chicken manure silage in hyperoestrogenism in cattle.
The higher levels in men were probably due to increased sun exposure during the previous summer, and not to the effect of sex hormones since neither testosterone [32] nor oestrone [33], the main post-menopausal oestrogen, affect serum levels of 25-flydroxyvitamin D.