from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An estrogenic hormone, C18H22O2, used primarily in the treatment of estrogen deficiency. Also called theelin.
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- n. An estrogenic hormone excreted by the ovaries; sometimes manufactured synthetically for use in cases of estrogen deficiency.
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- n. a naturally occurring weak estrogenic hormone secreted by the mammalian ovary; synthesized (trade name Estronol) and used to treat estrogen deficiency
As the amount of estradiol produced by the ovaries decreases as women approach menopause, the adrenal gland provides an important source of another type of estrogen called estrone.
Although our fat cells are able to help out and produce a weakened form of estrogen called estrone, we are no longer in the safe haven of hormonal protection and are at the mercy of a variety of body processes.
The effects of other forms of estrogen, such as estrone and 17
Butenandt was recognized "for his work on sex hormones", having isolated estrone, progesterone and androsterone.
One article states: After the intake of cow milk, serum estrone (E1) and progesterone concentrations significantly increased, and serum luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone and testosterone significantly decreased in men.
In New Orleans, the birthplace of the cocktail, we enjoy lagniappe doses of clofibric acid, estrone and naproxen in our drinking water.
One article states: After the intake of cow milk, serum estrone E1 and progesterone concentrations significantly increased, and serum luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone and testosterone significantly decreased in men.
Estriol is a form of estrogen found in the body, along with estrone and estradiol.
#2 Cruciferous vegetables -- radish, broccoli, cauliflower, rutabaga, cabbage, turnips, turnip greens, contain indole - 3-carbinol, which lowers women's levels of a type of estrogen that may promote breast cancer. (16-hydroxy - estradiol and 16-hydroxy-estrone).
Clustering a set of simulated polymorphic structures of estrone, and classification of a set of experimental cephalosporin structures reproduce expected clustering and classification.
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