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what is the steps to the chemical break down of estradiol to estratetraenol?

and how would this be accomplished??? Any and all ideas are welcomed.

and has anyone used the estradiol from the chem set from love scent they don't give much info on it.
another theroy is the liquid estradiol that is used to inject women with low estrogen . is the same stuff that is marketed as a pheromone but in a alcohol base. and the injection one is in an oil base since it has to go into the body

so what i'm saying is the same stuff BUT DIFFERENT CARRIERS.

anyone take on this?
OH< the injection form I'm referring to is estradiol valverant usp.
Thysen, B; Elliott, WH; Katzman, PA (1968). "Identification of estra-1,3,5(10),16-tetraen-3-ol (estratetraenol) from the urine of pregnant women (1)". Steroids 11 (1): 73–87. PMID 4295975.

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(12-24-2010 4:53 PM)lovie1 Wrote: [ -> ]what is the steps to the chemical break down of estradiol to estratetraenol?

and how would this be accomplished??? Any and all ideas are welcomed.

and has anyone used the estradiol from the chem set from love scent they don't give much info on it.
another theroy is the liquid estradiol that is used to inject women with low estrogen . is the same stuff that is marketed as a pheromone but in a alcohol base. and the injection one is in an oil base since it has to go into the body

so what i'm saying is the same stuff BUT DIFFERENT CARRIERS.

anyone take on this?
OH< the injection form I'm referring to is estradiol valverant usp.
what does
"estratetraenol was present predominantly as the glucosiduronate"
mean? Is estratetraenol the same as estratetraenol glucosiduronte? Or is it structurally the same?

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/art...8X68800522
Quote:Identification of estra-1,3,5 (10) ,16-tetraen-3-ol (estratetraenol) from the urine of pregnant women (1)
Benjamin Thysen, William H. Elliott, Philip A. Katzman
Edward A. Doisy Department of Biochemistry Saint Louis University School of Medicine Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
Received 15 November 1967. Available online 7 July 2005.

Abstract
The neutral fraction obtained from enzymically hydrolyzed human late-pregnancy urine was subjected to thin layer chromatography in benzene. By means of Haenni's iron-Kober reagent B; a zone corresponding to the mobility and color of estratetraenol was detected. Further purification was carried out by chromatography on silicic acid columns using ethyl acetate:cyclohexane (1:9). The fractions which contained the estratetraenol-like material were collected and methylated. The 3-methyl ether derivative of the urinary component and authentic estratetraenol exhibited identical chromatographic and chromogenic behavior. Analysis of the trimethylsilyl ether derivative of the urinary component in the LKB Gas Liquid Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer showed a major fraction having a retention time and mass spectrum corresponding to those obtained with the authentic estrogen. Preliminary studies indicated that estratetraenol was present predominantly as the glucosiduronate, in a concentration of approximately 100 μg/liter of urine.

Copyright © 1968 Published by Elsevier Inc.
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