Phytoecdysteroids biological aspects

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[1] Phytoecdysteroids: Understanding Their Anabolic Activity  by Jonathan Gorelick-Feldman at Rutgers
[2]  Ecdysteroids from Chenopodium quinoa Willd., an ancient Andean crop of high nutritional value
[3] Level and distribution of 20-hydroxydysone during Pfaffi glomerata development
[4] Phytoecdysteroids: Understanding Their Anabolic Activity by Jonathan Gorelick-Feldman at Rutgers
[5] Effects and applications of arthropod steroid hormones (ecdysteroids) in mammals.
[6] Practical uses for ecdysteroids in mammals including humans: an update

Phytoecdysteroids biological aspects

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