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Sodium estrone sulfate

Known as: Estrone Sodium Sulfate, estrone sulfate, sodium salt 
 
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1983
1983
In a double-blind clinical trial with 31 premenopausal women suffering from climacteric symptoms, 16 (group A) were treated with… Expand
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1975
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1975
The possibility that the use of conjugated estrogens increases the risk of endometrial carcinoma was investigated in patients and… Expand
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1963
1963
Estriol-16-C14 (7 cases) and sodium estrone-16-C14 sulfate (6 cases) were administered intra-amniotically to pregnant women in… Expand
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1960
1960
Abstract 1. 1. Radioactive sodium estrone sulfate has been synthesized with C14 at Position 16 in the steroid nucleus. Material… Expand
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1958
1958
Equilibrium ratio determinations of estradiol and sodium estrone sulfate distributed between human red cells and solutions of… Expand
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1950
1950
In general it is considered that conjugated estrogens are less active in vivo than the free form (1). This fact is attributed… Expand
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1948
1948
Summary The oral administration of sodium estrone sulfate in doses ranging from 0.6 mg to 2.5 mg to normal female rabbits or 2.5… Expand
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1943
1943
SLUCCESSFUL oral treatment of climacteric symptomatology with a commercial preparation2 containing sodium estrone sulfate has… Expand
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1943
1943
WE HAVE shown in a previous communication that sodium estrone sulfate2 and diethylstilbestrol, when administered orally and… Expand
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