Estriol (also oestriol) is one of the three main estrogens produced by the human body. ==Synthesis== Estriol (E3) is only produced in significant amounts during pregnancy as it is made by the placenta from 16-Hydroxydehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (16-OH DHEAS), an androgen steroid made in the fetal liver and adrenal glands. The human placenta prod
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- a naturally occurring estrogenic hormone
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<chemical> (16 alpha,17 beta)-estra-1,3,5(10)-triene-3,16,17-triol. A metabolite of estradiol and usually the predominant oestrogenic metabolite in urine. During pregnancy, large amounts of estriol are produced by the placenta. It has also been obtained from plant sources. The 16 beta-isomer has also been isolated from the urine of pregnant w
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a naturally occurring estrogenic hormone; a synthetic form is used to treat estrogen deficiency
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(es´tre-ol) a relatively weak human estrogen that is a metabolic product of estradiol and estrone found in high concentration in the urine of females.
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(from the article `hormone`) ...synthesis of estradiol, although another route, which avoids the formation of testosterone, is possible. Other estrogens are also known; the most ... Estradiol, the most potent estrogen, is synthesized from testosterone. Estrone can be formed from estradiol, but its major precursor is ... [2 related ar...
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A type of estrogen that is produced by the placenta during pregnancy. Estriol levels are evaluated and measured during the triple screening test that is offered during the second trimester to determine the risk of birth defects and other congenital anomalies.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: es′trē-ol Definitions: 1. An estrogenic metabolite of estradiol, usually the predominant estrogenic metabolite found in urine (especially during pregnancy); epimers at C-16, C-17, or both, are known as 16-epiestriol, 16,17-epiestriol, and 17-epiestriol. Synonyms: folliculin hydrate, oestriol, trihydroxyestrin &n
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