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Etinodiol     (3S,8R,9S,10R,13S,14S,17S)- 17-ethynyl-13...

Synonyms: Etynodiol, Ethinodiol, Etinodiolo, ethynodiol, Etynodiolum, ...
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  • Hepatocytes from regenerating and nonregenerating livers of control female rats showed negligible agglutination with Con A, whereas hepatocytes from non regenerating but not from the regenerating livers of female rats treated with a combination of 5 micrograms ethinyl estradiol and 100 micrograms ethynodiol diacetate showed agglutination [8].

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