estrone vs theelin what difference

what is difference between estrone and theelin

English

Alternative forms

  • oestrone (British)
  • E1 (abbreviation)

Etymology

From estr- +‎ -one.

Pronunciation

  • (General American) IPA(key): /ˈɛˌstɹoʊn/

Noun

estrone (countable and uncountable, plural estrones)

  1. (American spelling, biochemistry, steroids, pharmacology) A natural estrogenic hormone that is a ketone C18H22O2 found in the body chiefly as a metabolite of and less potent than estradiol, that is also secreted especially by the ovaries, and that is used to treat various conditions (such as ovarian failure and menopausal symptoms) relating to estrogen deficiency.

Synonyms

  • theelin

References

  • “estrone”, in Merriam–Webster Online Dictionary.

Anagrams

  • -sterone, Ernesto, enstore, restone, retones


English

Etymology

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Noun

theelin (uncountable)

  1. (biochemistry, steroids) The steroid hormone estrone.

Related terms

  • theelol

Anagrams

  • Thielen

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