from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to the phase of the menstrual cycle immediately following ovulation, characterized by secretion of progesterone.
- adj. Of or relating to progesterone and its actions.
- adj. Having actions similar to progesterone. Used of a drug.
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- adj. Describing the phase of the menstrual cycle, preceding gestation and after ovulation, during which progesterone is secreted
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or similar in action to progesterone
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- adj. of or relating to progesterone (or to a drug with effects like those of progesterone)
- adj. preceding and favoring gestation; of or relating to physiological changes associated with ovulation and formation of the corpus luteum
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Mexican pharmaceutical company, Syntex, S.A., first synthesized an orally active progestational steroid, named norethindrone, which does not exist in nature and that they supplied Pincus with this steroid for further biological work.
Only two years later, on October 15, 1951, the group led by the then 28-year-old Djerassi, had synthesized norethindrone, a "super-potent orally active progestational agent", which turned out to be the key ingredient in The Pill.
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