- a relating to or caused by estrogen
- Isoflavones are phytoestrogens, or plant estrogens, that weakly imitate the body's estrogen--sometimes they have an estrogenic effect, other times anti-estrogenic.
- Isoflavones are phytoestrogens, or plant estrogens, that weakly imitate the body's estrogen sometimes they have an estrogenic effect, other times anti-estrogenic.
- Already, he says, the results of a smaller, preliminary trial suggest that the estrogenic compounds soy contains--genistein and diadzein--relieve the severity of hot flashes and .
News & Articles
- Eastman, CertiChem trial to start this week
A key debate about the safety of estrogenic activity (EA) in plastics is set to take place this week in the U.S. District Court at the Western District of Texas in Austin, TX. Court documents titled "Eastman Chemical Co. v. PlastiPure and CertiChem" verify the nature of the suit is "Trademark Infringement." Tagging Options Domain: All Sites Keywords: EA eastman chemical plastipure certichem ...
July 15, 2013 - PlasticsToday.com
- John Sumpter in Bassmaster
As a result of their research, Pickering and Sumpter concluded that "deleterious impacts of estrogenic effluents on fish populations is one of the most important (questions) that still needs to be answered."