Anabolics (2006)–William Llewellyn View Cart
Table of Contents  
Part 1: Anabolic Overview (2.4 MB) Add to Cart
Part 2: Practical Application (3 MB) Add to Cart
Part 3: Drug Profiles (16.4 MB) Add to Cart
Parts 1–3 Inclusive Add to Cart
Appendix A: Steroid Lab Test Results (12.1 MB)
Appendices B–D: Drug Availability Tables (43.2 MB)
Appendices E–G: Steroid Photo Library (37.9 MB)
Bibliography (664 KB)

 Androgens and Anabolic Agents–Chemistry and Pharmacology (1969)–
 Julius A. Vida
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Preface (748 KB)  
Contents (1.8 MB)  
Chapter 1: General Aspects (pp 1–20) (10.5 MB) Add to Cart
Chapter 2: Structure–Activity Theories (pp 21–32) (28.4 MB) Add to Cart
Chapter 3: A New Approach to the Structure–Activity Relationship (pp 33–75) (22.4 MB) Add to Cart
Chapter 4: Therapeutic Action–Anabolic–Androgenic Ratios (pp 77–91) (8 MB) Add to Cart
Chapter 1–4 Inclusive Add to Cart
Bibliography and Author Index (pp 297–320) (10.8 MB)
Subject Index (pp 321–327) (2.9 MB)

 Testosterone–Action, Deficiency, Substitution (2004)–
 E Nieschlag, H. M. Behre (eds.)
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Front Matter (280 KB)  
Contents (264 KB)  
List of Contributors (252 KB)  
Preface (236 KB)  
Chapter 1: Testosterone: an overview of biosynthesis, transport, metabolism and non–genomic actions (pp 1-38) (624 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 2: The androgen receptor: molecular biology (pp 39–92) (704 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 3: Androgen receptor: pathophysiology (pp 93–124) (488 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 4: Behavioural correlates of testosterone (pp 125–172) (512 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 5: The role of testosterone in spermatogenesis (pp 173–206) (716 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 6: Androgens and hair: a biological paradox (pp 207–232) (508 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 7: Androgens and bone metabolism (pp 233–254) (400 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 8: Testosterone effects on the skeletal muscle (pp 255–282) (556 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 9: Androgens and erythropoiesis (pp 283–296) (352 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 10: Testosterone and cardiovascular diseases (pp 297–332) (464 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 11: Testosterone and erection (pp 333–346) (352 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 12: Testosterone and the prostate (pp 347–374) (632 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 13: Clinical uses of testosterone in hypogonadism and other conditions (pp 375–404)
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Chapter 14: Pharmacology of testosterone preparations (pp 405–444) (652 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 15: Androgen therapy in non–gonadal disease (pp 445–496) (544 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 16: Androgens in male senescence (pp 497–542) (548 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 17: The pathobiology of androgens in women (pp 543–570) (504 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 18: Clinical use of 5–alpha–reductase inhibitors (pp 571–596) (460 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 19: Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and androstenedione (pp 597–622) (468 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 20: Selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) (pp 623–640) (524 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 21: Methodology for measuring testosterone, DHT and SHBG in a clinical setting
(pp 641–664) (460 KB)
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Chapter 22: Synthesis and pharmacological profiling of new orally active steroidal androgens
(pp 665–684) (628 KB)
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Chapter 23: Hormonal male contraception: the essential role of testosterone (pp 685–714) (620 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 24: Abuse of androgens and detection of illegal use (pp 715–735) (436 KB) Add to Cart
Chapters 1–24 Inclusive Add to Cart
Subject Index (pp 737–747) (280 KB)

 Doping in Sports: Biochemical Principles, Effects and Analysis (2010)–
 D. Thieme, P. Hemmersbach (eds.)
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Front Matter (74 KB)  
Chapter 1: History of Doping and Doping Control (pp 1–24) (139 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 2: Biochemical and Physiological Aspects of Endogenous Androgens (pp 25–64) (446 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 3: Phase-II Metabolism of Androgens and Its Relevance Analysis (pp 65–76) (147 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 4: Detecting the Administration of Endogenous Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (pp 77–98)
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Chapter 5: Synthetic Anabolic Agents: Steroids and Nonsteroidal Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (pp 99–126) (438 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 6: Nandrolone: A Multi–Faceted Doping Agent (pp 127–154) (500 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 7: Designer Steroids (pp 155–186) (455 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 8: Growth Hormone (pp 187–200) (217 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 9: Mass Spectrometry–Based Analysis of IGF–1 and hGH (pp 201–208) (209 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 10: Insulin (pp 209–226) (467 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 11: Beta–Adrenergic Stimulation (pp 227–250) (266 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 12: Erythropoietin and Analogs (pp 251–294) (573 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 13: Blood Transfusion in Sports (pp 295–304) (274 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 14: The Athlete‚Äôs Biological Passport and Indirect Markers of Blood Doping (pp 305–326)
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Chapter 15: Masking and Manipulation (pp 327–354) (336 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 16: Hormonal Growth Promoting Agents in Food Producing Animals (pp 355–368) (90 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 17: Some Aspects of Doping and Medication Control in Equine Sports (pp 369–410)
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Chapter 18: Androgenic Anabolic Steroid Abuse and the Cardiovascular System (pp 411–458)
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Chapter 19: Side Effects of Anabolic Androgenic Steroids: Pathological Findings and Structure–Activity Relationships (pp 459–484) (pp 631 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 20: Gene Doping (pp 485–512) (201 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 21: Science and the Rules Governing Anti–Doping Violations (pp 513–532) (115 KB) Add to Cart
Chapters 1–21 Inclusive Add to Cart
Index (pp 533–540) (49 KB)

 Nutritional Supplements in Sports and Exercise (2008)–
 M. Greenwood, D. S. Kalman, J. Antonio
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Front Matter (868 KB)  
Chapter 1: Effect of Government Regulation on the Evolution of Sports Nutrition (pp 3–31) (434 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 2: Psychology of Supplementation in Sport and Exercise (pp 33–71) (492 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 3: Role of Nutritional Supplements Complementing Nutrient–Dense Diets (pp 75–94)
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Chapter 4: Macronutrient Intake for Physical Activity (pp 95–119) (373 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 5: Essential and Nonessential Micronutrients and Sport (pp 121–165) (487 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 6: Fluid Regulation for Life and Human Performance (pp 167–186) (360 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 7: Muscle Mass and Weight Gain Nutritional Supplements (pp 189–223) (418 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 8: Weight Loss Nutritional Supplements (pp 225–257) (483 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 9: Effective Nutritional Supplement Combinations (pp 259–319) (696 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 10: Nutritional Supplements for Strength Power Athletes (pp 321–368) (479 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 11: Nutritional Supplements for Endurance Athletes (pp 369–407) (479 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 12: Nutritional Supplements to Enhance Recovery (pp 409–450) (492 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 13: Nutritional Supplementation and Meal Timing (pp 451–487) (410 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 14: Future Trends Nutritional Supplements in Sports and Exercise (pp 491–508) (344 KB) Add to Cart
Chapter 1–14 Inclusive Add to Cart
Index (pp 509–522) (250 KB)  


 Miscellaneous Book Chapters View Cart
Andrology–Male Reproductive Health and Dysfunction. E. Nieschlag, H. M. Behre and S. Nieschlag (eds.) 3rd Ed., 2010.
Chapter 21: Testosterone Therapy (958 KB)
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Skeletal Muscle Plasticity in Health and Disease. R. Bottinelli, C. Reggiani (eds.) 2006.
Chapter 10: Responses and Adaptations of Skeletal Muscle to Hormones and Drugs (393 KB)
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Skeletal Muscle Repair and Regeneration. S. Schiaffino, T. Partridge (eds.) 2008.
Chapter 15: Boosting Muscle Regeneration (807 KB)
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