The androgen receptor and synthetic hormones

Nathan Sauer


Numerous synthetic testosterone derivative hormones have been developed within recent decades. These anabolic androgenic steroids strongly resemble the testosterone molecule and bind with the androgen receptor within the cell’s nucleolus in a similar but not identical manor. These differences between the synthetic hormone and testosterone yield similar but different effects on the cell, tissue, and central nervous system (thus behavior) of the organism in which the compound is interacting with[1][2][3].

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