Pharmacokinetics and testosterone suppression of a single dose of polyestradiol phosphate (Estradurin®) in prostatic cancer patients

@article{Stege1996PharmacokineticsAT,
  title={Pharmacokinetics and testosterone suppression of a single dose of polyestradiol phosphate (Estradurin{\textregistered}) in prostatic cancer patients},
  author={Reinhard Stege and Per Olov Gunnarsson and Carl J. Johansson and Per Olsson and {\AA}ke Pousette and Kjell Carlstr{\"o}m},
  journal={The Prostate},
  year={1996},
  volume={28}
}
The pharmacokinetics and endocrine effects of polyestradiol phosphate (PEP; Estradurin®) were studied by determination of the concentrations of estradiol (E2), unconjugated (E1) and total estrone (tE1; ≥85% estrone sulfate), and testosterone in serum from 11 prostatic cancer patients after administration of a single intramuscular injection (320 mg). 

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