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Structural characteristics of anabolic androgenic steroids contributing to binding to the androgen receptor, to their anabolic and androgenic activities.applied modifications in the steroidal structure



Structural characteristics of anabolic androgenic steroids contributing to binding to the androgen receptor, to their anabolic and androgenic activities.applied modifications in the steroidal structure








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DOI: 10.1016/j.steroids.2008.10.016


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