简体版 繁體版 English 한국어
登録 ログイン

androstadienoneの例文

例文モバイル版携帯版

  • Androstadienone, which is produced from androstadienol, has been found to affect brain activity.
  • One of the curious things about androstadienone is that, despite its effects, it is essentially odorless.
  • Androstadienone is related to the androgen sex hormones; however, androstadienone does not exhibit any androgenic or anabolic effects.
  • Androstadienone is related to the androgen sex hormones; however, androstadienone does not exhibit any androgenic or anabolic effects.
  • Pherines are chemically and pharmacologically different from natural pheromones including androstadienone, androstenone, androstenol, androsterone, and estratetraenol.
  • Several axillary steroids have been described as possible human pheromones : androstadienol, androstadienone, androstenone, androstenol, and androsterone.
  • Androstadienone is commonly sold in male fragrances; it is purported to increase sexual attraction, but there is no convincing evidence of its effectiveness.
  • Androstadienone, in picogram quantities, has been shown to have " significant reduction of nervousness, tension and other negative feeling states " in female subjects.
  • She has also published research indicating that androstadienone, found in sweat and saliva, can modify the psychological, physiological and hormonal responses of humans, a subtle form of human chemical communication.
  • Androstadienol and androstadienone are odorless compounds secreted by the apocrine glands, and via conversion into the more powerfully-odorous androstenone and androstenol ( catalyzed by sex differences in androstadienol and androstadienone production.
  • Androstadienol and androstadienone are odorless compounds secreted by the apocrine glands, and via conversion into the more powerfully-odorous androstenone and androstenol ( catalyzed by sex differences in androstadienol and androstadienone production.
  • Now, in a paper in NeuroReport, they have shown which parts of the brain respond to androstadienone by measuring the consumption of glucose ( the body's universal fuel ) using PET.
  • The research focused on androstadienone ( pronounced " an-DROS-ta-DIE-en-own " ), which a man's body produces by breaking down testosterone.
  • Androstadienol, androstadienone, and androstenone, all of which are also pheromones, have been found to be converted into androstenol, and as such, it may be responsible for their pheromone effects.
  • When women weren't exposed to androstadienone, their mood tended to decline over the next two hours as the excitement of participating in the experiment wore off and they got irritated filling out questionnaires.
  • Recently, McClintock and her team showed that androstadienone, a steroid released in male sweat, can affect a woman's mood by maintaining both alertness and a positive attitude when she performs a tedious task.
  • In 2014, a researcher found that the brains of adolescents with gender dysphoria react to the sex hormone androstadienone in a measurable way similar to the brains of people of the gender with which the person identifies.
  • Another study by Keller et al . has found that people with the intact human odorant receptor OR7D4 are more sensitive to androstenone and androstadienone and thus find them unpleasant ( individuals with the semi-functional OR7D4 have two non-synonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms in the OR7D4 pseudogene, resulting in two amino acid substitutions ).