nandrolone


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an androgen (trade names Durabolin or Kabolin) that is used to treat testosterone deficiency or breast cancer or osteoporosis

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It was something of a landmark case as the bitch was the first to test positive since the GBGB's 'Point of Registration' sampling initiative was introduced, with subsequent analysis of that initial sample also showing the presence of nandrolone, giving Wallis strong mitigating evidence on the basis that the anabolic steroid was apparently present on her arrival at his kennel.
Nandrolone is frequently used to handle many clinical symptoms and diseases, such as osteoporosis in men (Hamdy et al.
Both his "A'" and "B"' samples tested positive at a World Anti-Doping Agency accredited laboratory, but with a different concentration of nandrolone in each sample.
Shoaib was suspended for two years and Asif for one year after they tested positive for nandrolone while preparing for October's Champions Trophy.
Nandrolone (also referred to as 19-nortestosterone) is an anabolicandrogenic steroid used to build muscle mass and is a prohibited substance under the WADA Code.
Jaap Stam The Holland centre-back failed a test for nandrolone just three months after signing for Lazio from Manchester United.
Similar to testosterone, nandrolone can contribute to an increase in muscle mass and strength.
In the nandrolone case, the female athlete tested positive for the steroid between April and the end of last month.
Rusedski was acquitted by a tribunal three weeks ago of responsibility for a positive test for nandrolone but since then the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) have been considering a possible appeal against that decision to the Court for Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne.
Tennis's governing body, the ATP, pinned warnings up in all locker rooms on the tour highlighting the perils of taking a salt replacement tablet which may have contributed to altered nandrolone levels among a handful of players.
In a dramatic victory against the tennis chiefs who had threatened to end his career, an independent doping panel ruled he did not deliberately use nandrolone to enhance his performance at a tournament in Indianapolis last year.
2 revealed in January he had tested positive for nandrolone in July last year.
2 appears before a three-man tribunal in his birthplace of Montreal to explain why he tested positive for the banned steroid nandrolone at a tournament in Indianapolis last July.
GREG RUSEDSKI was today fighting to save his career after testing positive for the performance-enhancing drug nandrolone.
Rusedski's defence centres on the case of Czech player Bohdan Ulihrach - who returned a positive test for nandrolone and was initially banned for two years but won an appeal when it emerged that ATP trainers had been giving players electrolyte supplements.