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“…A review of the mammalian literature reveals that 17-MT is less androgenic than TP although its myotrophic effect exceeds that of TP. Saunders & Drill (1957) reported that in the castrate rat methyltestosterone has only about 25 % androgenic activity of testosterone propionate. According to Dorfman & Kincl (1963) TP is 1-5 to 2 times more potent than 17-MT on the seminal vesicles of the castrate rat.…”
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“…A review of the mammalian literature reveals that 17-MT is less androgenic than TP although its myotrophic effect exceeds that of TP. Saunders & Drill (1957) reported that in the castrate rat methyltestosterone has only about 25 % androgenic activity of testosterone propionate. According to Dorfman & Kincl (1963) TP is 1-5 to 2 times more potent than 17-MT on the seminal vesicles of the castrate rat.…”
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“…We have therefore compared the effects on the glands of castrated mice of different doses of testosterone propionate (TP) and 17 oc-ethyl-19 nor-testosterone (ENT). The latter compound is a synthetic steroid said to be as potent as testosterone in anabolic (levator ani) assays but only about one-tenth as potent in androgenic (seminal vesicle and ventral prostate) assays in castrated rats (Saunders & Drill, 1957). …”
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“…Ourresults support this assumption. (2) The patient who has an abortion in her first pregnancy and threatens in her second frequently has sodium chloride crystals in the cervical mucus. We use this as an indication for progesterone therapy.…”
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