uterotropic

u·ter·o·tro·pic

(yū'tĕr-ō-trō'pik),
Causing an effect on the uterus.
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The effect of triclosan on the uterotropic response to extended doses of ethinyl estradiol in the weanling rat.
(24) Zhu et al (1998) assessed the activity of Rosmarinus officinalis on oestrogen clearance activity as well as uterotropic action in CD-1 ovariectomised mice.
4 times its effective dose did not evoke estrogenic response in uterus, suggesting considerable uterine safety, however at the 200 mg/kg dose, it showed mild uterotropic effect (Supplementary Table 1).
Originally introduced as a synthetic estrogen in the 1930s, it has been shown to have uterotropic activity in the rodent uterus and binds to the estrogen receptors (Dodds and Lawson, 1936, 1938; Kuiper et al., 1998).
The modifier terms used to cross-reference and identify articles were "uterotrophic," "uterotrophic assay," and "uterine weight." The modifier term "uterotropic" was also included as a common alternative to "uterotrophic." The output of a PubMatrix search is a matrix table showing the frequency of co-occurrence between all pairwise comparisons between the two lists, with links out to the publications identified in the overlap space.
2003) and, also shown previously and in the present study, CR BNO 1055 exerts no uterotropic effect.
2004), and BPF also had uterotropic (estrogenic) effects in female rodents and gonadotropic (androgenic) effects in male rodents (Higashihara et al.
Uterotropic effects of dietary equol administration in ovariectomized Sprague-Dawley rats.
Effect of halogenated hydrocarbon insecticides on the metabolism and uterotropic action of estrogens in rats and mice.
Gene expression changes in the immature rat uterus: effects of uterotropic and sub-uterotrophic doses of bisphenol A.