estrone


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  • noun

Synonyms for estrone

a naturally occurring weak estrogenic hormone secreted by the mammalian ovary

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Estradiol and estrone are part of the mix of hormones commonly implanted into cattle to enhance growth and these contribute to our estrogen intake.
The 3-fold greater CYP19 activity that atrazine produced in the H295R compartment did not result in an increased production of estradiol, estriol, or estrone by the co-culture (112 [+ or -] 30, 459 [+ or -] 224, and 53.
Comparing biological effects and potencies of estrone and 17 (3-estradiol in mature fathead minnows, Pimephales promelas.
Cytochrome P450 1B1 (CYP1B1) catalyses the conversion of estrone and estradiol to potentially carcinogenic catechol estrogen 4-hydroxyestrogen (4-OH).
Carcinogenic potency of stilbestrol and estrone on strain C3H mice.
Timothy Veenstra and his colleagues assayed grocery-store milk for 15 estrogens: estrone, estradiol and 13 metabolic derivatives of these female sex hormones.
Estrone is an estrogenic hormone secreted by the ovary and is the least prevalent of the three hormones.
Consider testosterone and estrone, whose structures are shown side by side in Figure 1.
And it is a bit disconcerting to learn that you have no more control over your life than the male flounders in New York City's Jamaica Bay, which have become feminized because of the high levels of the female hormone estrone or other estrogenic chemicals discovered in the waterway.
Diosgenin is isolated from these plants and is converted in the lab to all of the human hormones: estradiol, estriol, estrone, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, and pregnenolone.
3); estrogen, 104 pg/mL (normal, 40 to 115); estradiol, 39 pg/mL (normal, 12 to 72); and estrone, 34 pg/mL (normal, 12 to 72).
Other examples of the use of mass spectrometry for clinical assays can be seen in recent reports in Clinical Chemistry that describe assays for detecting protein variants as indicators of clotting disorders (4), quantification of homocysteine (5) and homocysteine metabolites (6) in serum and urine as cardiovascular risk factors, the simultaneous quantification of plasma estradiol and estrone in fertility and endocrinology testing (7), and the quantification of drugs and metabolites for therapeutic drug monitoring (8).
They include the three estrogens (estradiol, estriol, and estrone in products such as Estrace, Vivelle, Climara, and Estraderm patches) and micronized progesterone (such as Prometrium and Crinone vaginal gel).
They are transported in the bloodstream to body fat, where androstenedione is converted to estrone (Korenman et al.
Women have three primary estrogen compounds: estrone (E1), estradiol (E2), and estriol (E3).