Name: Estradiol enanthate
CAS Number: 4956-37-0
brand names Anafertin,Deladroxate, Perlutan, and Topasel,
CAS Number: 4956-37-0
Molecular Formula: C25H36O3
Molecular Weight: 384.55
Density:1.11 g/cm 3
Melting Point: 94-96dreg
Boiling Point: 509.5dreg at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 197.1dreg
Appearance: White crystalline powder
Packing: 1kg/foil bag
Storage: Stored and protected from light.
steroid hormone, Estrogens
Estradiol enanthate (INN, USAN), or estradiol enantate, is a synthetic ester, specifically the 17-heptanoyl ester, of the natural estrogen, estradiol. It is marketed under the brand names Anafertin, Deladroxate, Perlutan, and Topasel, which are combination formulations of estradiol enanthate and dihydroxyprogesterone acetophenide, as a once-monthly injectable hormonal contraceptive in Spain and Latin America, and has been used as such since at least the mid-1960s.
Estradiol, or more precisely, 17β-estradiol, is a human sex hormone and steroid, and the primary female sex hormone. It is named for and is important in the regulation of the estrous and menstrual female reproductive cycles. Estradiol is essential for the development and maintenance of female reproductive tissues but it also has important effects in many other tissues including bone. While estrogen levels in men are lower compared to women, estrogens have essential functions in men as well. Estradiol is found in most vertebrates as well as many crustaceans, insects, fish, and other animal species.
Estradiol or oestradiol (American or British English usages), derives from estra-, Gk. οστρο? (oistros, literally meaning "verve or inspiration") and -diol, a chemical name and suffix indicating that this form of steroid and sex hormone is a type of alcohol bearing two hydroxyl groups.
Estradiol is produced especially within the follicles of female ovaries, but also in other endocrine (i.e., hormone-producing) and non-endocrine tissues (e.g., including fat, liver, adrenal, breast, and neural tissues). Estradiol is biosynthesized from progesterone (arrived at in two steps from cholesterol, via intermediate pregnenolone). One principle pathway then converts progesterone to its 17-hydroxy-derivative, and then to androstenedione via sequential cytochrome P450-catalyzed oxidations.Action of aromatase on this dione generates estrone, and action of a dehydrogenase on this gives the title compound, 17β-estradiol.
Oestradiol 17-heptanoate is a sex hormone that is present in both males and females, and is the most important form of estrogen in humans. In women, it plays a key role in the development and functioning of the reproductive system, as well as in the growth of certain bones. It also governs the distribution of body fat in women and is the main hormone responsible for the fact that women are shorter than men, on average. Both the ovaries and the adrenal glands produce it.
The menstrual cycle in women involves predictable variations in the levels of several hormones, with estradiol being one of them. It is involved in the ovulation process and prepares the inner lining of the uterus for implantation, should the egg be fertilized. Certain tests done on baboons and other primates have indicated that his hormone also plays a continual role in maintaining a pregnancy, helping it to last for the full gestation period.
As a sex hormone, it also triggers many of the developments of the reproductive system that begin in puberty. It is present throughout the reproductive years, and declines during and after menopause. This decline is precisely what causes many of the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats, vaginal dryness, and the loss of bone mass that may lead to osteoporosis.
Hormones and Regulation of Endocrine Function of Drug, Nutritional Therapeutics, Antibiotic and Antimicrobial Agents, Antiparasitic, Original Drug Resistant Microbes, Immune System Drugs, Specialist Drugs, Drug Detoxification, Diagnostic Agents, Blood System Agents, Visceral System Medication, Central Nervous System Agents, Cardiovascular Agents, Urinary System Agents, Respiratory System Agents.
A chemical derivative of estradiol, ethinyl estradiol with maximum dosage 200 µg, is a major component of hormonal contraceptive devices. Combined forms of hormonal contraception contain ethinyl estradiol and a progestin, which both contribute to the inhibition of GnRH, LH, and FSH, which accounts for the ability of these birth control methods to prevent ovulation and thus prevent pregnancy. Other types of hormonal birth control contain only progestins and no ethinyl estradiol.
|Amikacin disulfate salt
|Dexamethasone sodium phosphate
||4 amino-2-Methylpentane citrate(AMP Citrate)
Female Hormone Low Estrogen Steroids Estradiol Enanthate Raw Powder CAS 4956-37 Images