androgenic hormone

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Synonyms for androgenic hormone

male sex hormone that is produced in the testes and responsible for typical male sexual characteristics

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Therefore, cord blood glucocorticoid and androgenic hormone levels may be appropriate indicators to predict HPA axis function and health in later life.
The PSA levels and androgenic hormone levels were determined by immunoassay using the Roche kit (Roche Diagnostics Mannheim Germany).
Fasting androgenic hormone levels (androstenedion, luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), dehidroepiandrosteron sulfate (DHEAS), and free and total testosterone were evaluated in venous blood before treatment and on the third and the sixth month of the study.
Increased sensitivity to androgenic hormones has also been reported to be a contributing factor.
Inhibition of vitellogenesis by androgenic hormones has also been reported (Berreur-Bonnenfant and Lawrence, 1984).
1 nM DHT, with clear geographical variation, indicating a synergistic response of the mussel extract in the presence of the reference androgenic hormone.
The women taking the androgenic hormone prasterone did not experience significant menstrual irregularities, said Dr.
Androgen, also called androgenic hormone or testoid, is the generic term for any natural or synthetic compound, usually a steroid hormone that stimulates or controls the development and maintenance of male characteristics in vertebrates by binding to androgen receptors.
Some studies reported that MBF decrease with increasing age may occur mainly due to tooth decay (7) and reduced androgenic hormones, (2) which decreases in both sexes around 35 years of age.
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between macrophages and neovascularization in the fibrous tissue capsule surrounding TCP implants loaded with three androgenic hormones.
Benign neoplasms of hepatoid gland accounts for 58 to 96% of all perianal neoplasms, stimulated by androgenic hormones (Spugnini and Filipponi, 2007).
Corticosteroids deficiency leads to raised adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH) which stimulates adrenal cortex to produce more androgenic hormones leading to features of masculinization (development of male characteristics in a genotypical female) of female fetus resulting in ambiguous genitalia.
Leptin hormone stimulate increasing of androgenic hormones secretion such as testosterone and this hormone proliferate sex cells [20].
In general, the performances of male and female athletes may differ mainly due to the fact that men can produce significantly more androgenic hormones than women and, therefore, are under stronger influence of such hormones," the IOC statement said.
Aromatase is an endogenous enzyme in both men and women that converts androgenic hormones, like testosterone, into estrogens like estradiol.