Difference between revisions of "DHT(dihydrotestosterone)"

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Revision as of 17:34, 15 September 2015

Description

"5α-Androstan-17β-ol-3-one, also referred to as androstanolone or dihydrotestosterone, is an anabolic steroid. Testosterone secreted by the testis is converted to dihydrotestosterone in the target tissues where it appears to mediate many of the biological actions of testosterone, including the development of the male phenotype during embryogenesis and at puberty."

    • -Sigma Description

Synonyms: 5a-17b-ol-3-one androstan, 17β-Hydroxy-5α-androstan-3-one, 4,5α-Dihydrotestosterone, Androstanolone, Stanolone

dihydrotestosterone structure, photo from Sigma-Aldrich

Genes Affected

  • Androgen Receptor

Suppliers

Usage Notes

References

>91 Xenbase articles contain a reference to DHT according to textpresso