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ST 1435

Known as: ST-1435 
National Institutes of Health

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1984
1984
ST-1465 a new progestogen has some characteristics that make it promising as a subcutaneous contraceptive in lactating women. ST… 
1984
1984
Nine healthy, fertile women were treated for six months with subdermal contraceptive implants of two different sizes containing a… 
1984
1984
ST-1435 a dienic steroid devoid of androgenic and estrogenic properties is an effective contraceptive as a subdermal silastic… 
1984
1984
1983
1983
The nonprotein bound percentage of ST-1435 was measured by centrifugal ultrafiltration dialysis in undiluted female serum at 37… 
1981
1981
An RIA for a new progestin, ST-1435, was developed. Plasma concentrations of this steroid were measured in three women having… 
1976
1976
The contraceptive action of silastic implants containing a new progestion ST-1435 was investigated in 285 women of reproductive…