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Oleoyl-estrone (OE), or estrone 3-oleate, is a fatty acid ester of estrone. It is a naturally circulating hormone in animals, including humans. It was studied as a potential weight-loss drug, but failed to show benefit in clinical trials. It was first reported in 1996 to cause a body fat loss effect in rats in the International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders. The animal research has all been conducted by the Nitrogen-Obesity Research Group of the University of Barcelona.   Wikipedia

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estrone 3-oleate | estrone monooleate | estrone oleic acid ester | merlin-2 | mp-101 | oe | oleoylestrone | oleoyl estrone | oleoyl-estrone


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