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Synthetic Œstrogenic Agents without the Phenanthrene Nucleus
The preparation and physiological properties of synthetic œstrogenic agents were first described in these columns and elsewhere and no active substances had been discovered which did not contain the phenanthrene nucleus.
Œstrogenic Activity of Certain Synthetic Compounds
IN earlier communications1,2 two of us have described the œstrogenic activity of certain derivatives of diphenylethane, and in particular it was shown that the introduction of an ethylene linkage
Recent Progress in Hormone Research
Recent Progress in Hormone Research the editors have obviously gone to great trouble to cut out the monosyllabic inanities that so frequently disfigure this type of discussion.
Molecular structure in relation to oestrogenic activity. Compounds without a phenanthrene nucleus
In earlier publications the oestrogenic activity of a number of synthetic substances has been discussed. The first compounds to be tested contained the phenanthrene ring system, and it was shown
Œstrogenic Activity of p-Hydroxy Propenyl Benzene (Anol)
Information is received from some workers who have confirmed the authors' observations, and from some others who have been unable to demonstrate activity with doses very much greater than those described by ourselves.
A Synthetic Oestrus-Exciting Compound
Ketohydroxy-oestrin is possibly represented by formula (i) in conformity with the hypothesis that the ovarian hormones are formed by degradation of sterols, and in the light of recent developments in the chemistry of the sterols.
The Oestrogenic Activity of some Condensed-Ring Compounds in Relation to their other Biological Activities
Investigations have brought to light a number of pure synthetic compounds, of known molecular structure, which show this physiological activity, and in some of the compounds studied the activity is of a very high order.
The Sex Glands
  • E. Dodds
  • Medicine
    British medical journal
  • 24 July 1937
Investigation of the channels of spread should be checked by repeated examinations of sewage, water, milk, etc., and this may now be attempted with a reasonable hope of success.
Vitamins and Hormones Advances in Research and Applications
The volume under consideration deals with many aspects of vitamins and hormones, and it will certainly be of the very greatest value to anyone involed in research in these particular fields, or who