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- Inland Taipan
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well first of all it depends on the cell. Like in muscle cells it stimulates protein synthesis but in skin cells it stimulates the secretion of sebum.
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- King Cobra
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hipcheercheerios wrote:do u know the effects of androstenedione on cells? i know general effects of it on the body, but i don't really know the effects of it on cells. thanks
Androstenedione is another androgens besides testosterone. It has similar functions but less powerful compared to testosteron and produced in just a little amount in the body. The thing that makes it different from testosterone is the enzyme.
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