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Compound Summary for: CID 160615

4,17 beta-dihydroxy-4-androstene-3-one

Also known as: 4-Hydroxytestosterone, CHEMBL2431525, 2141-17-5, 4-Androstene-7alpha-17beta-diol-3-one
Molecular Formula: C19H28O3   Molecular Weight: 304.42382   InChIKey: BQOIJSIMMIDHMO-FBPKJDBXSA-N
4-Hydroxytestosterone is testosterone substituted with a hydroxy group on the fourth carbon atom. It is an anabolic steroid with no therapeutic indications, which is prohibited from use in sports by the World Anti-Doping Agency. [1] Formestane (Lentaron) acts as a prohormone of 4-Hydroxytestosterone, as 4-Hydroxytestosterone is one of the many byproducts of formestane metabolism. It is specifically the 17-hydroxylated analog to formestane. [1] Like formestane, 4-hydroxytesterone has been patented for use in decreasing estrogen production in the body, but no such indication currently exists. 4-Hydroxytestosterone was first patented in 1955 by G.D Searle & Company.    From: DrugBank
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