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flutamide n.

flutamide n.

flutamide n.

flutamide n.

Standard and Molecular NOAELs for Rat Testicular Toxicity Induced by Flutamide

Flutamide increases aldosterone levels in gonadectomized male but not female wistar rats

Correlation between Protein Accumulation Profiles and Conventional Toxicological Findings Using a Model Antiandrogenic Compound, Flutamide

P2.06Curious controlled release of flutamide-related escape products under exposure to magnetic fields

P8.06Liposomal drug delivery with anti-cancer flutamide-related radical pair system under exposure to pulsating electromagnetic fields

245PPredictive factor of metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer patients' poor response to secondary alternative antiandrogen therapy with flutamide

A Prospective Randomized Multicenter Study of Chlormadinone Acetate versus Flutamide in Total Androgen Blockade for Prostate Cancer

Low‐dose combination of flutamide, metformin and an oral contraceptive for non‐obese, young women with polycystic ovary syndrome

Low-dose flutamide-metformin therapy for hyperinsulinemic hyperandrogenism in non-obese adolescents and women

Absence of hepatotoxicity after long-term, low-dose flutamide in hyperandrogenic girls and young women

High neutrophil count in girls and women with hyperinsulinaemic hyperandrogenism: normalization with metformin and flutamide overcomes the aggravation by oral contraception

Identification of the Additional Mitochondrial Liabilities of 2-Hydroxyflutamide When Compared With its Parent Compound, Flutamide in HepG2 Cells

Predictors of poor response to secondary alternative antiandrogen therapy with flutamide in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer


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n. an anti-androgen commonly used in the treatment of advanced prostate cancer, either alone or in combination with gonadorelin analogues. It is taken by mouth; side-effects include gynaecomastia (breast enlargement) and diarrhoea.

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