Characterization of urinary metabolites of testosterone, methyltestosterone, mibolerone and boldebone in greyhound dogs.

Abstract

Androgenic steroids are used in female greyhound dogs to prevent the onset of estrus; moreover, these steroids also have potent anabolic activity. As anabolic steroids increase muscle mass and aggression in animals, the excessive use of these agents in racing greyhounds gives an unfair performance advantage to treated dogs. The biotransformation of most… (More)

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@article{Williams2000CharacterizationOU, title={Characterization of urinary metabolites of testosterone, methyltestosterone, mibolerone and boldebone in greyhound dogs.}, author={Terrie M. Williams and Amy J. Kind and W G Hyde and D. W. Hill}, journal={Journal of veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics}, year={2000}, volume={23 3}, pages={121-9} }