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Physiological Relevance of Pregnanolone Isomers and Their Polar Conjugates with Respect to the Gender, Menstrual Cycle and Pregnancy

By Martin Hill, Antonín Pařízek, Radmila Kancheva, David Cibula, Nikolaj Madzarov and Luboslav Stárka

Submitted: October 14th 2010Reviewed: May 19th 2011Published: October 26th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/16656

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Martin Hill, Antonín Pařízek, Radmila Kancheva, David Cibula, Nikolaj Madzarov and Luboslav Stárka (October 26th 2011). Physiological Relevance of Pregnanolone Isomers and Their Polar Conjugates with Respect to the Gender, Menstrual Cycle and Pregnancy, Update on Mechanisms of Hormone Action Gianluca Aimaretti with Paolo Marzullo and Flavia Prodam, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/16656. Available from:

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