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Chemical Compound Review

nandrolone     (8R,9S,10R,13S,14S,17S)-17- hydroxy-13...

Synonyms: decadura, Nadrolone, Nandrolon, Estrenolone, Nortestosterone, ...
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Disease relevance of Norandrostenolone


High impact information on Norandrostenolone


Biological context of Norandrostenolone


Anatomical context of Norandrostenolone


Associations of Norandrostenolone with other chemical compounds

  • In contrast, when 19-nortestosterone (NT) is 5 alpha-reduced, its affinity for AR decreases, resulting in a decrease in its androgenic potency [16].
  • Young male adult Wistar rats were treated over a 25-day period with either oil (CON, n = 8), nandrolone (nortestosterone decanoate, NAN, n = 8), nandrolone combined with endurance exercise (treadmill running, NAN+EXE, n = 8), or were castrated (CAS, n = 8) [17].
  • In all samples the identification of NT and DES was confirmed by high resolution gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GCMS) [18].
  • Groups of female CBA-mice were given 90Sr (14.8 kBq/g-0.4muCi/g--bodyweight) alone or in combination with polyestrodiolphosphate, methylprednisolone or nortestosterone, respectively [19].
  • Cell incubations with norandrostenedione and nortestosterone gave rise to large amounts of estrone sulfate in the medium as determined directly by a specific radioimmunoassay (RIA) [20].

Gene context of Norandrostenolone

  • The nortestosterone derivatives also showed AR binding, the relative binding affinities ranging from 4.3 to 17.0% as compared with 5alphaDHT [21].
  • We conclude that the in vitro binding properties of all four 17alpha-iodovinyl nortestosterone derivatives warrant evaluation of the distribution characteristics of their 123I-labelled analogues to determine their usefulness as PR imaging agents [21].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Norandrostenolone


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