corticoid


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corticoid

[′kȯrd·ə‚kȯid]
(biochemistry)
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The results of feed intake and corticoid concentration in the present study were not affect by the treatments (Tables 3 and 4), indicating that MPB supplementation in Hanwoo steers was not adverse to their health and energy balance.
In the United States, because of usage patterns, at least 90% of cases of corticoid allergy involve Group A, and most of those involve hydrocortisone.
The second study will help inform a potential new treatment option for those patients who do not respond to standard treatment with corticoid.
11 Beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity in Cushing's syndrome: explaining the mineralo corticoid excess state of the ectopic adrenocorticotropin syndrome.
Also noted to have some mineral corticoid as well as estrogen-like properties.
Neurologic side effects of pharmacologic corticoid therapy].
Serum corticoid levels relative to handling stress in Alaska moose.
White, cleared of taking a corticoid substance in July 2002, faces a new probe over the latest alleged offence.
DDT-like effects as a result of corticosterone treatment in an anuran amphibian: Is DDT a corticoid mimic or a stressor?
But they added that Armstrong had a prescription to use a cream containing the banned corticoid triamcinolone to cure a skin allergy.
Traces of a banned corticoid showed up in Armstrong's urine, but he used a cream to cure an allergy and had a medical prescription for it.