Demonstration of progesterone receptor‐mediated gonadotrophin suppression in the human male

@article{Brady2003DemonstrationOP,
  title={Demonstration of progesterone receptor‐mediated gonadotrophin suppression in the human male},
  author={B. M. Brady and R. Anderson and D. Kinniburgh and D. Baird},
  journal={Clinical Endocrinology},
  year={2003},
  volume={58}
}
objective Synthetic gestogens in combination with testosterone have potential as a male hormonal contraceptive, predominantly acting by augmenting suppression of gonadotrophin secretion. Little is known, however, of the effects of gestogens in the male. Gestogens have affinity for both androgen and progesterone receptors but the relative contribution of action at these two receptors in gonadotrophin suppression remains unclear. In this study the effects of progesterone, with no significant… Expand
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