androstanediol vs. androstenediol

English translation: two compounds

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English term or phrase:androstanediol vs. androstenediol
English translation:two compounds
Entered by: Lisa Lloyd

09:48 Dec 8, 2003
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English term or phrase: androstanediol vs. androstenediol
are they one and the same with different spellings? if so, which is correct?

cheers, L
Lisa Lloyd
Local time: 20:27
two compounds
Explanation:
they are two different thigs:


androstenediol (an-dr-stnd-ol)

a steroid metabolite differing from androstanediol by possessing a double bond between C-5 and C-6.


http://www.onelook.com/?w=androstenediol&ls=a
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two compounds


Explanation:
they are two different thigs:


androstenediol (an-dr-stnd-ol)

a steroid metabolite differing from androstanediol by possessing a double bond between C-5 and C-6.


http://www.onelook.com/?w=androstenediol&ls=a

Arcoiris
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