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16-ketoestradiol

Known as: 16-oxoestradiol, estra-1,3,5(10)-triene-3 beta-,17 beta-diol-16-one 
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2011
2011
The high incidence of and few identified risk factors for prostate cancer underscore the need to further evaluate markers of… 
2011
2011
An estrogen-degrading bacterial consortium from a swine wastewater biotreatment was enriched in the presence of low… 
Highly Cited
2007
Highly Cited
2007
Endogenous estrogen plays a key role in the development of human breast cancer, yet the contribution of specific estrogen… 
Highly Cited
2007
Highly Cited
2007
The ability to measure estrogen metabolites (EMs) quantitatively is important for investigating their individual roles in cancer… 
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1991
1991
16 alpha-Hydroxyestrone, a product of estrogen 16 alpha-hydroxylation in humans that is suspected to be implicated in cell… 
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1980
Highly Cited
1980
Abstract The effect of intestinal micro-organisms on estrogen metabolism has been studied by in vitro experiments. Estrone… 
1976
1976
Abstract The variations of the excretion curves of 7 different urinary estrogens have been studied by gas chromatography in 15… 
1974
1974
16-Oxoestradiol (IV), two pairs of isomeric 2-and 3-methyl ethers of 2-hydroxyestriol (II, III) and 2-hydroxy-16-oxoestradiol (V… 
1963
1963
The activity of an enzyme system which readily converts estriol to 16-ketoestradiol is present only in the kidneys of mature… 
1959
1959
Until recently, the studies of the physiological disposition of estrogens have been somewhat unsatisfactory because of low… 
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