Estradiol Steroids Estrogen Hormone Powder
Product Name: Estradiol
Estradiol (called α - estradiol or 17α - estradiol) for human breast cancer cells in tissue culture biologically active estrogen. Not part of the 17- and selective estrogen receptor (ER-X) traditional hormone / receptor of the endocrine system, but an important autocrine / paracrine function of the system is part of the growth in the adult brain. In menopause, and neurodegenerative diseases (eg Alzheimer's disease and ischemic stroke) treatment, 17- estradiol may have important implications for hormone replacement therapy thing.
1. Estradiol helps to build and protect the lining of the fallopian tubes, vagina, and uterus. This role is critical to get the embryo to attach to the uterine wall. Many women who experience fertility problems have low levels of estradiol.
2. Estradiol maintains the oocytes, or egg cells, in the ovary. Healthy oocytes lead to healthy embryos. Only the best oocyte is selected at each ovulation period to be released and possibly.
3. As a tissue builder, Estradiol seems to help protect women from heart disease by raising the levels of HDL, the “good” cholesterol in the body. When hormone levels drop in postmenopausal women, their risk of heart disease increases.
4. Estradiol also helps protect bone density in both men and women by participating in a messaging system that suppresses an overly rapid growth of immune cells in the bone.
Estradiol, or more precisely, 17β-estradiol, is a human sex hormone and steroid, and the primary female sex hormone. It is named for and is important in the regulation of the estrous and menstrual female reproductive cycles. Estradiol is essential for the development and maintenance of female reproductive tissues but it also has important effects in many other tissues including bone. While estrogen levels in men are lower compared to women, estrogens have essential functions in men as well. Estradiol is found in most vertebrates as well as many crustaceans, insects, fish, and other animal species
Estradiol or oestradiol (American or British English usages), derives from estra-, Gk. οστρο (oistros, literally meaning "verve or inspiration") and -diol, a chemical name and suffix indicating that this form of steroid and sex hormone is a type of alcohol bearing two hydroxyl groups.