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The effect of 17β-estradiol on MCP-1 serum levels in postmenopausal women

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17β-Estradiol induces protein S-nitrosylation in the endothelium

17β-Estradiol-induced interaction of ERα with NPPA regulates gene expression in cardiomyocytes

17-β-Estradiol in relation to age at menarche and adult obesity in premenopausal women

17β‐Estradiol and environmental estrogens significantly affect mammalian sperm function*

Positive Effects of 17β-Estradiol on Insulin Sensitivity in Aged Ovariectomized Female Rats

Effect of estradiol-17β on calcitonin receptor bindings in the hen neurohypophysis

Effect of Sex on Coxiella burnetii Infection: Protective Role of 17β-Estradiol

Toxicogenomic Profiling of the Hepatic Tumor Promoters Indole-3-Carbinol, 17β-Estradiol and β-Naphthoflavone in Rainbow Trout

17 β-Estradiol promotes vascular endothelial growth factor expression via the Wnt/β-catenin pathway during the pathogenesis of endometriosis

A Computational Model of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal Axis in Male Fathead Minnows Exposed to 17α-Ethinylestradiol and 17β-Estradiol

Human uterine and placental arteries exhibit tissue-specific acute responses to 17β-estradiol and estrogen-receptor-specific agonists

DNA Arrays to Monitor Gene Expression in Rat Blood and Uterus following 17β-Estradiol Exposure: Biomonitoring Environmental Effects Using Surrogate Tissues


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1,3,5‐estratriene‐3,17β‐diol; the most potent of the major estrogens. It is synthesized by the ovary, from which it is secreted directly into the circulation. Its formation depends on ...

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