Other pharmacological activities of anethole include oestrogenic
action, insecticide, anesthetic and antithrombotic activities (Chang and Ahn, 2002; Ponte et al.
and androgenic activity of triclosan in breast cancer cells.
Consumption of a mycotoxin-contaminated diet may induce acute and long-term chronic effects in animals and humans, resulting in teratogenic, carcinogenic and oestrogenic
or immune suppressive effects (Pestka, 2007).
High growth rate of girls with precocious puberty exposed to oestrogenic
An assessment of the oestrogenic
effect of soyprotein on female rabbits.
Any synthetic exogenous substance or mixture that imitates the actions of naturally occurring oestrogens  is considered to possess oestrogenic
activity which can result in the interference of normal hormonal functioning and expression [4,5] .
taking multiple compounds with different oestrogenic
Comparative study of oestrogenic
properties of eight phytoestrogens in MCF7 human breast cancer cells.
Tibolone, which has weak androgenic, oestrogenic
and progestogenic activity and does not increase sex hormone binding globulin, can be used as an alternative to testosterone.
Causes of prolapse are multiple including twin pregnancy, dystocia, higher oestrogenic
content in blood, mineral imbalance, increased intra-abdominal pressure, loosening of vaginal musculature, urinary infection, vaginal infection specifically fungal infection etc.
Its antioxidant, anticholinesterase, anti-inflammatory, oestrogenic
and central nervous system depressant effects are relevant to the treatment of some neurodegenerative problems as Alzheimer's disease (MANTLE & al.
Effects of Calotropis procera on estrus cycle and oestrogenic
functionality in rats.