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Recent progress in the assay of urinary hormones has opened new opportunities for epidemiologists to study hormones and health outcomes. This is especially true for studies of female reproduction. The cyclic nature of female reproduction can be fully described only by continuous frequent measurements that, in order to be practical, require easily collected(More)
Direct radioimmunoassay are described for the measurement of each of three specific estrogen glucosiduronates: estrone glucosiduronate, 17 beta-estradiol-17-glucosiduronate and estriol-16 alpha-glucosiduronate in urine. Each assay utilizes a specific antiserum prepared by complexing the carboxylic acid group of the appropriate glucosiduronate to the(More)
Estrone glucosiduronate, 17beta-estradiol-3-glucosiduronate, 17beta-estradiol-17-glucosiduronate and estriol-16alpha-glucosiduronate have been biosynthesized in substantial yield by incubation of radioactive estrone, 17beta-estradiol, estriol and uridine diphosphoglucosiduronic acid with rhesus monkey liver homogenates. The metabolites were characterized by(More)
Following the constant infusion of 2,4,6,7-3H-estriol in male dogs for a period of 90 minutes, the radioactive metabolites present in arterial plasma were separated by solvent partition, DEAE-Sephadex, Celite partition and thin layer chromatography. The identities of the individual estrogens and estrogen conjugates were confirmed by specific activity(More)
A method for the preparation of radioactive estradiol-17 beta, 17-glucosiduronate by incubating 3H-estradiol with rhesus monkey liver microsomal preparation in the presence of uridine diphosphoglucuronic acid is described. Small but significant amounts of the conjugate were also obtained from the 150,00 pellet and cytosol fractions. The addition of NADPH to(More)
High pressure liquid chromatography using a prepacked commercial strong anion exchanger column (mu Partisil 10 SAX, 25 cm x 4.6 mm) was used to separate a mixture of eight estrogen conjugates. Chromatographic conditions using a 0.01 M potassium phosphate or 0.1 M NaCl as solvent in the isocratic mode are described for the separation of estrone(More)
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