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pregnenolone n.

pregnenolone n.

pregnenolone n.

pregnenolone n.

Pregnenolone sulphate and pregnenolone do not interact with 5 beta-pregnanolone- and hexobarbitone-induced anaesthesia in the rat.

Effects of phenobarbital, pregnenolone-16alpha-carbonitrile, and propylthiouracil on thyroid follicular cell proliferation.

Adrenocorticotropin Acutely Regulates Pregnenolone Sulfate Production by the Human Adrenal In Vivo and In Vitro

PS118. Single administration of ketamine and Pregnenolone-Methyl-Ether (3ß-Methoxy-Pregnenolone) has antidepressant efficacy in a preclinical model of treatment resistant depression: identification of a plasma biomarker of pharmacological efficacy

Neuroactive steroid pregnenolone sulphate inhibits long-term potentiation via activation of α2-adrenoreceptors at excitatory synapses in rat medial prefrontal cortex

Studies on Neurosteroids V: Separation and Characterization of Pregnenolone 3-Stearate in Rat Brains Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

p53-Independent Induction of Rat Hepatic Mdm2 following Administration of Phenobarbital and Pregnenolone 16α-Carbonitrile

Identification of Genes Controlled by the Pregnane X Receptor by Microarray Analysis of mRNAs from Pregnenolone 16α-Carbonitrile–Treated Rats

Promotion of Thyroid Tumors in Rats by Pregnenolone-16α-Carbonitrile (PCN) and Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB)

Stimulatory Effects of Propylthiouracil on Pregnenolone Production through Upregulation of Steroidogenic Acute Regulatory Protein Expression in Rat Granulosa Cells

Studies on Neurosteroids X. Determination of Pregnenolone and Dehydroepiandrosterone in Rat Brains Using Gas Chromatography—Mass Spectrometry—Mass Spectrometry

The neurosteroid pregnenolone reverts microtubule derangement induced by the loss of a functional CDKL5-IQGAP1 complex


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n. a steroid synthesized in the adrenal glands, ovaries, and testes. Pregnenolone is an important intermediate product in steroid hormone synthesis and can – depending on the pathways followed – be converted to corticosteroids (glucocorticoids or mineralocorticoids), androgens, or oestrogens.

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