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Norethisterone acetate Powder (51-98-9)

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Norethisterone acetate Powder (51-98-9) Specification:

Chemical Structure: Product Name: Norethisterone acetate (NETA)
Cas No.: 51-98-9
Molecular Formula: C22H28O3
Molecular Weight: 340.46
Standard: USP
Storage: Store at 2-8°C.
Documents(COA & HPLC etc.): Available

 

Norethisterone acetate Powder (51-98-9) Description:

Norethindrone Acetate, USP (17-hydroxy-19-nor-17α-pregn-4-en-20-yn-3-one acetate), a synthetic, orally active progestin, is the acetic acid ester of norethindrone. It is a white to yellowish-white, crystalline powder.

Norethisterone acetate (NETA), also known as norethindrone acetate and sold under the brand name Primolut-Nor among others, is a progestin medication . This medicine is used to treat endometriosis, uterine bleeding caused by abnormal hormone levels, and secondary amenorrhea. Secondary amenorrhea is when a woman stops getting menstrual periods due to low levels of certain female hormones.

Norethindrone is a type of female hormone (progestin). It is like the hormone progesterone that your body makes naturally. This medication works by stopping the normal growth of the uterus lining during the menstrual cycle and signaling hormone changes in the uterus to restore normal menstrual periods.

 

Reference:

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  • Gibian H, Kopp R, Kramer M, Neumann F, Richter H (1968). “Effect of particle size on biological activity of norethisterone acetate”. Acta Physiol Lat Am. 18 (4): 323–6. PMID 5753386.