Etiocholanolone glucuronide ETIO-G is a endogenous, naturally occurring metabolite of testosterone It is formed in the liver from etiocholanolone by UDP-glucuronyltransferases ETIO-G has much higher water solubility than etiocholanolone and is eventually excreted in the urine via the kidneys Along with androsterone glucuronide, it is one of the major inactive metabolites of testosterone
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- Metabocard for Etiocholanolone Glucuronide HMDB04484 - Human Metabolome Database
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