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Metabolic effects of oestrogen and progestogen - in vitro and in vivo studies
Suzanne Lydia Palin
Thesis (M.D.) - University of Birmingham, Division of Medical Sciences.
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Oestrogen has multiple effects on brain function There is an increasing amount of research on the neurobiological effects of oestrogen. Also, health professionals are being asked for guidance on whether women should be prescribed oestrogen and progestogen hormone replacement therapy (HRT) not only to treat vasomotor instability and reduce bone loss, but also in various neuropsychiatric . Recent studies have also demonstrated decreased nuclear binding of androgens in submandibular glands from tfm/y mice (Goldstein and Wilson, ). These in vivo studies indicate that the tfm/y mouse, like the tfm rat, is unable to concentrate androgens in the nucleus of the cell. Gehring et al. () reached a similar conclusion from in vitro.
Figure 2 shows the RR estimates reported by individual studies as well as the random effects pooled estimates for both ET and EPT. The pooled RRs of CRC were (‐) for ET ever use and (‐) for EPT ever use. Among former users, EPT was associated with a significantly lower RR of CRC compared to ET (p = ); in contrast, among current users, the RR was not. Metabolic Interactions Effects Of Other Drugs On Estrogens And Progestins. In-vitro and in-vivo studies have shown that estrogens and progestins are metabolized partially by cytochrome P 3A4 (CYP3A4). Therefore, inducers or inhibitors of CYP3A4 may affect estrogen and progestin drug metabolism.
The study will identify important mediators of PAH and the effects of these will be examined in animal models in vivo. Denver N et al. (). Data for analysis of catechol estrogen metabolites in human plasma by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry. Contrasting effects of individual versus combined estrogen and progestogen regimens as working memory load increases in middle-aged ovariectomized rats: one .
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When measuring the in vivo extraction of EE from the circulation, Steingold et al. 9 found that oral administration of EE resulted in an enhanced delivery of circulating estrogens to the liver relative to other tissues such as the brain or the uterus, explaining the greater hepatic effects of the estrogen.
EE exerts a stronger effect that natural estradiol (E2) on estrogen-dependent markers Cited by: Metabolic effects of progesterone. and exaggerated insulin secretion in vitro in response to glucose. The primary effect of progesterone by itself on carbohydrate metabolism appears to be the diversion of glucose utilization away from muscle and fat to other tissues, and the promotion of more storage of glycogen in the liver.
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cells in. To date, only few studies have focused on the in vitro behaviour of tenocytes during aging, and even fewer in vitro studies have focused on oestrogen deficiency. Moreover, existing studies describe differences in tenocyte proliferation, but few data are available on in vitro ECM production and tenocyte by: The risk of myocardial infarction and strokes, including those associated with oral contraceptive use and some estrogen use, is increased in patients with hypertension.
Moreover, estrogens (and progestogens) may elevate blood pressure and worsen the hypertension, thus compounding the risk. Several studies have reported on the effects and associations between viruses and estrogen metabolism.
It has been shown that epstein barr virus is capable of increasing aromatase, favoring elevations in circulating estrogen (7, 8). A study on mice found that Herpes Simplex 1 (HSV1) can be reactivated with administration of estradiol (10).
Estrogen metabolism. Estrogen synthesis takes place primarily in the ovary (especially membrana granulose and luteinized granulosa cells) in premenopausal women and primarily in peripheral tissues in postmenopausal women [12, 22, 30].The aromatization of androgens into estrogens is the most important source of estrogens in the breast tissue .Some active estrogens are also formed from.
Estrogen and progestin combination in hormone replacement therapy (HRT) increases the incidence of breast cancer, but decreases the endometrial cancer risk of unopposed estrogen.
Therefore, a SERM such as Tibolone, that delivers the beneficial, but not the adverse side effects, of steroid hormones would be clinically advantageous.
In vitro and in vivo studies have demonstrated the stimulatory effect of NET on breast cancer cells 26 Also, in long-term follow-up the use of NET has resulted in a higher risk of breast cancer Although there are no solid data, short-term use is likely to be safe, but for long-term use, alternative progestogens might offer a better.
Oestrogen Metabolism Bioactives II | Research. Certain plants and nutrients may encourage the production of the enzymes involved in oestrogen metabolism and may support a healthy oestrobolome.
This week we will focus on rosemary, selenium and methylation support. Walter Elger's 63 research works with 2, citations and 2, reads, including: Model for Hormonal Emergency Contraception (HEC) in cycling and mated guinea pigs - Studies with the Progesterone.
Hollenbeck CB, Coulston AM, Quan R, Becker TR, et al. Effects of a commercial starch blocker preparation on carbohydrate digestion and absorption: in vivo and in vitro studies. A series of in vitro and in vivo studies have clearly demonstrated that GPR30 is a novel estrogen-responsive receptor that functions alongside the classical ESR1 and ESR2 to influence the physiological responses to estrogen.
Not only does GPR30 activate rapid kinase signaling pathways, it also mediates transcriptional regulation of genes and. The results of the studies on macaques, confirmed in a larger study that also examined the effects of the progestogen, ethynodiol diacetate, 60 suggest that the estrogen component of OCs may actually protect the user against coronary atherosclerosis despite changes in lipid profiles such as raised serum triglyceride and LDL cholesterol levels.
6 hours ago Following the statement “First in vivo and then in vitro”, we must be cautious with all the accumulated evidence on in vitro polyphenols’ effects against BC.
In this regard, innumerable in vitro studies have been carried out with doubtful physiological relevance, i.e., regardless of bioavailability, metabolism, and tissue distribution of. In estrogen receptor–positive (ER +) tumors, estrogen metabolism can contribute to risk.
Both strong and weak estrogen metabolites are produced from oxidative processes in the body. 2-Hydroxyestrones are weakly estrogenic and may be protective (similar perhaps in action to weak plant estrogens such as soy foods), and hydroxyestrones are more strongly estrogenic.
Tibolone is a relatively new drug for postmenopausal women, which is structurally related to nortestosterone derivatives and exhibits weak oestrogenic, progestogenic and androgenic activities.
The effect of tibolone on breast tissue is still obscure. In vitro studies have shown conflicting results regarding the effects of tibolone on breast cells. On the other hand, although epidemiological. Progesterone is a progestogen, or an agonist of the nuclear progesterone receptors (PRs), the PR-A, PR-B, and PR-C.
In one study, progesterone showed EC 50 values of nM for the human PR-A and nM for the human PR-B. In addition to the PRs, progesterone is an agonist of the membrane progesterone receptors (mPRs), including the mPRα, mPRβ, mPRγ, mPRδ, and mPRϵ.
Thus, oestrogen may exert an additional indirect antioxidant effect by altering the `free cholesterol' to `cholesterol ester' ratio within the LDL. In view of the results of in vitro studies, the in vivo effects of different oestrogens, particularly oestradiol and CEE, on LDL oxidation, need to be compared.
The effects of progesterone within a healthy hormonal range are experienced throughout a woman's entire body: Breasts. Progesterone helps reduce breast tenderness and inhibit the formation of also prepares the breasts for milk production throughout the course of the pregnancy and helps prevent the onset of cancer by counteracting effects of excessive estrogen.An estrogen (E) is a type of medication which is used most commonly in hormonal birth control and menopausal hormone therapy.
They can also be used in the treatment of hormone-sensitive cancers like breast cancer and prostate cancer and for various other indications. Estrogens are used alone or in combination with progestogens. They are available in a wide variety of formulations and for use.Historically, the dose of a progestogen that produced secretory changes in the estrogen-primed endometrium was the one used in the first clinical contraceptive studies of that agent.
Because of irregular bleeding associated with use of the progestogens, estrogens were added but in amounts that alone could almost completely block fertility.