Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 009996/001.

Names and composition

"STERANE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PREDNISOLONE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009996/001 STERANE PREDNISOLONE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
011446/001 STERANE PREDNISOLONE ACETATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML

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Answered questions

Do synthetic motor oils produce hopanes and steranes in the exhaust?
My son is a chemical engineer student and he is looking at oil exhaust tracers and see hopanes and steranes used as markers for oil lubed engines. Does this still hold true if synthetic motor oil such as Mobil 1 is used in the engine? Asked by Nedra Trollinger 1 year ago.

I wouldn't think so. Synthetic oils aren't really "synthetic" but the base oil is made from a the most narrow range of ideal lubricant base in the crude oil mix. Whereas conventional oil might have 20 or 30 different carbon chain molecules within the oil base, the synthetic will only have maybe 2 or three. It is done to on purpose to get the most useful and steady behaving lubricant which is then more consistent in the different temperature ranges an engine operates at. It is all those extra carbon chain molecules that is in conventional oils that allow the markers to attach to. With the synthetic , the extremely narrow number of carbon chains available will probably make the hopane and sterane markers be more exposed to evaporation at higher temperatures because of the tight boiling range of the synthetic base Answered by Pearle Pablo 1 year ago.


What do steroids do for you?
I have a lot of questions about steroids and HGH. First of all, does the amount of steroids you take matter? For example, did Barry Bonds take MORE steroids than let's say, Brian Roberts on the Orioles. Or, did Barry Bonds take a different TYPE of steroid?Also, what do steroids and HGHs actually do to... Asked by Pok Barbato 1 year ago.

I have a lot of questions about steroids and HGH. First of all, does the amount of steroids you take matter? For example, did Barry Bonds take MORE steroids than let's say, Brian Roberts on the Orioles. Or, did Barry Bonds take a different TYPE of steroid? Also, what do steroids and HGHs actually do to your body. I know they enhance muscle recovery. But what benefits come out of taking steroids? That is, when a baseball player takes steroids, what part of his game is actually getting improved? Do pitchers get any benefit out of steroids? Answered by Taina Morgner 1 year ago.

A steroid is a terpenoid lipid characterized by its sterane core and additional functional groups. The core is a carbon structure of four fused rings: three cyclohexane rings and one cyclopentane ring. The steroids vary by the functional groups attached to these rings and the oxidation state of the rings. How steroids affect you/do for you - Water Retention: This is most common from using steroids. It is a “puffiness” or swelling in the neck and facial areas. It is rather notable mainly if you know the person is on steroids. For example, I know someone that took steroids but I did not know it at the time. After I found out, if I looked his face I would wonder how I couldn’t notice he was on roids before. It can be mild swelling or very serious, obvious swelling. Acne: Everyone knows about acne, and is one of the side effects I worry about the most for me. It is also a very common side effect, it can give acne to someone who has never had acne, and it can make acne worse for others. It can also appear in new places for a person, such as, the back and neck. There have been several users that have not received acne on the other hand. Gynecomastia: It may not sound familiar but most people have heard about it. It is the formation of breasts, or abnormally large glands. The first signs are lumps under the nipples, then will gradually grow to fatty tissue and increase in size. Aggression: Aggression, also know as “roid rages”. Surprisingly, several athletes feel this is a positive effect. They often find they lift more, and are more intense during workouts. On the negative side, users find themselves fighting with family, friends, and co-workers with an uptight behaviour. Hypertension: High blood pressure is also a chance when taking steroids. Most athletes would not know if they had high blood pressure so it is suggested to get tests regularly. High blood pressure can lead to many more serious diseases. Cardiovascular Disease: Studies have shown that steroid use is a risk factor for heart disease. This is because steroids affect the cholesterol levels. Over a period of time the cholesterol builds up and clogs the arteries. Palpitations: Heart palpitations have been reported by a number of athletes on steroids. These may indicate an excited or elevated level of the central nervous system. Impotence: Impotence occurs when a user goes on and off steroids. When steroids are first used sexual interest increases because of the heightened frequency and duration of the erections. But eventually the opposite happens and no erections can be produced. Jaundice: A serious liver disease which is found by an enlarged painful liver, yellowing of the eyes and skin, and flu like symptoms. This happens when athletes use high dosages of steroids. - Answered by Roberta Sylvia 1 year ago.

changing your needless to say-produced testosterone can and could make your testicles smaller as they grow to be lazy from not having to offer the hormone your physique desires. they're relatively advised to sluggish or stop testosterone production per the extreme T levels interior the blood. Kinda like once you have a broken arm for an prolonged time, once you get out of the forged the muscle tissue would be smaller via fact they have not been used for awhile. Answered by Kasha Soberanes 1 year ago.

Steroids can be used widely and enhance body strength. And used to make your body muscle more stronger then normal. Normally these can change over all body structure, and can be used with out any fear by physician advice before. Answered by Jenelle Fede 1 year ago.


10 pts best answer - Describe th dual sources of cholesterol in the body, name the precursor of cholesterol...
and where synthesis takes place. Asked by Carey Ponti 1 year ago.

Cholesterol = Steroid alcohol w/ 27 Cs, arranged in tetracylical perhydricyclopentanophenanthrene (sterane) skeleton. Synthesis: Acetyl-CoA + Acetyl-CoA > Acetoacetyl-CoA + Acetyl-CoA > HMG-CoA, reduced to > Mevalonate (HMG-CoA reductase) *** key rate limitting enzyme *** Mevalonate converted to isopentenyl pyrophosphate, then isoprene units condensed to > 30 C compound squalene, squalene then converted into squalene epoxide, which cyclizes to > lanosterol, then cholesterol is formed by removal of 3 carbons (in methyl groups), the reduction of one double bond by NADPH, and the migration of the other double bond. As far as answering your question, the two sources of cholesterol in the body are 1) DIETARY cholesterol ingested as meats or other animal products, and transported in lipoproteins and 2) cholesterol synthesized in the LIVER. The precursor of cholesterol is the acetyl-CoA molecule, which is as a short-term energy storage molecule that alternately can enter the Krebs Cycle to form ATP. About 1/3 of the daily production of cholesterol (400 mg) is converted into bile acids. Hope that was enough for you. Answered by Nicholle Mary 1 year ago.

There are two main sources of cholesterol in our blood - cholesterol absorbed from the intestine and cholesterol made in the liver. Acetyl CoA and melvalonate are precursors of cholesterol. (Cholesterol is the precursor of vitamin D and various hormones such as testosterone.) Answered by Tawnya Pohler 1 year ago.

Your body can make cholesterol and you can eat it. It is made from egosterol, vitaminD. Answered by Brittney Duerkson 1 year ago.

The Show is called Exposed you should write it down so you don't keep forgetting. Answered by Filomena Zilka 1 year ago.


What makes up steroids? To what groupd of organic compunds do steroids belong? How are they used in animals?
Asked by Diego Paillant 1 year ago.

A steroid is a type of organic compound that contains a specific arrangement of four rings that are joined to each other. Examples of steroids include cholesterol, the sex hormones estradiol and testosterone, and the anti-inflammatory drug dexamethasone. The sterane core of steroids is composed of seventeen carbon atoms bonded together to form four fused rings: three cyclohexane rings (designated as rings A, B, and C in the figure to the right) and one cyclopentane ring (the D ring). The steroids vary by the functional groups attached to these rings and by the oxidation state of the rings. Sterols are special forms of steroids, with a hydroxyl group at position-3 and a skeleton derived from cholestane. Hundreds of distinct steroids are found in plants, animals, and fungi. All steroids are made in cells either from the sterols lanosterol (animals and fungi) or cycloartenol (plants). Both, lanosterol and cycloartenol, are derived from the cyclization of the triterpene squalene. Answered by Porfirio Senters 1 year ago.

What Makes Up Steroids Answered by Korey Caal 1 year ago.

The organic group that steroids belong to is called steroids. Answered by Tyrone Eadens 1 year ago.

U can appreciate him 4 hetting to Majors @ 18 with out steroids. If u dont appreciate A-Rod then u shouldn't appreciate a effective previous guy who cheated off a try while he grow to be 5. BQ: particular he nonetheless hitting abode runs with out Steroids. Answered by Elma Droessler 1 year ago.


Biomarkers indicate that the first eukaryotes arose about _____ years ago.?
a. 2.7 billion b. 1.2 million c. 5.3 million d. 1 billion e. 4.2 billion Asked by Paulita Quirin 1 year ago.

Straight off wikipedia: "Biomarkers suggest that at least stem eukaryotes arose even earlier. The presence of steranes in Australian shales indicates that eukaryotes were present 2.7 billion years ago.[8][9]" Answered by Bambi Grigorov 1 year ago.


How do steroids differ structurally from other lipids?
Asked by Nada Parzych 1 year ago.

Steroids form an important group of compounds based on the fundamental saturated tetracyclic hydrocarbon : 1,2-cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene (sterane or gonane).(SEE link for diagram). There are no fatty acid - glycerol bonds as seen in fats, oils & waxes. Answered by Nadene Lou 1 year ago.


Where were eukaryotes evolved from?
Asked by Rosamaria Crumpton 1 year ago.

From prokaryotes... The origin of the eukaryotic cell was a milestone in the evolution of life, since they include all complex cells and almost all multi-cellular organisms... The timing of this series of events is hard to determine; it has been suggested that they developed approximately 1.6–2.1 billion years ago... Some acritarchs are known from at least 1650 million years ago, and the possible alga Grypania has been found as far back as 2100 million years ago... Biomarkers suggest that at least stem eukaryotes arose even earlier... The presence of steranes in Australian shales indicates that eukaryotes were present 2.7 billion years ago... Answered by Tess Saxe 1 year ago.

Prokaryotes. Answered by Fiona Kulpa 1 year ago.


Do synthetic motor oils produce hopanes and steranes in the exhaust?
My son is a chemical engineer student and he is looking at oil exhaust tracers and see hopanes and steranes used as markers for oil lubed engines. Does this still hold true if synthetic motor oil such as Mobil 1 is used in the engine? Asked by Amie Dakin 1 year ago.

I wouldn't think so. Synthetic oils aren't really "synthetic" but the base oil is made from a the most narrow range of ideal lubricant base in the crude oil mix. Whereas conventional oil might have 20 or 30 different carbon chain molecules within the oil base, the synthetic will only have maybe 2 or three. It is done to on purpose to get the most useful and steady behaving lubricant which is then more consistent in the different temperature ranges an engine operates at. It is all those extra carbon chain molecules that is in conventional oils that allow the markers to attach to. With the synthetic , the extremely narrow number of carbon chains available will probably make the hopane and sterane markers be more exposed to evaporation at higher temperatures because of the tight boiling range of the synthetic base Answered by Kristin Bournes 1 year ago.


What do steroids do for you?
I have a lot of questions about steroids and HGH. First of all, does the amount of steroids you take matter? For example, did Barry Bonds take MORE steroids than let's say, Brian Roberts on the Orioles. Or, did Barry Bonds take a different TYPE of steroid?Also, what do steroids and HGHs actually do to... Asked by Remedios Delmas 1 year ago.

I have a lot of questions about steroids and HGH. First of all, does the amount of steroids you take matter? For example, did Barry Bonds take MORE steroids than let's say, Brian Roberts on the Orioles. Or, did Barry Bonds take a different TYPE of steroid? Also, what do steroids and HGHs actually do to your body. I know they enhance muscle recovery. But what benefits come out of taking steroids? That is, when a baseball player takes steroids, what part of his game is actually getting improved? Do pitchers get any benefit out of steroids? Answered by Harry Wolle 1 year ago.

A steroid is a terpenoid lipid characterized by its sterane core and additional functional groups. The core is a carbon structure of four fused rings: three cyclohexane rings and one cyclopentane ring. The steroids vary by the functional groups attached to these rings and the oxidation state of the rings. How steroids affect you/do for you - Water Retention: This is most common from using steroids. It is a “puffiness” or swelling in the neck and facial areas. It is rather notable mainly if you know the person is on steroids. For example, I know someone that took steroids but I did not know it at the time. After I found out, if I looked his face I would wonder how I couldn’t notice he was on roids before. It can be mild swelling or very serious, obvious swelling. Acne: Everyone knows about acne, and is one of the side effects I worry about the most for me. It is also a very common side effect, it can give acne to someone who has never had acne, and it can make acne worse for others. It can also appear in new places for a person, such as, the back and neck. There have been several users that have not received acne on the other hand. Gynecomastia: It may not sound familiar but most people have heard about it. It is the formation of breasts, or abnormally large glands. The first signs are lumps under the nipples, then will gradually grow to fatty tissue and increase in size. Aggression: Aggression, also know as “roid rages”. Surprisingly, several athletes feel this is a positive effect. They often find they lift more, and are more intense during workouts. On the negative side, users find themselves fighting with family, friends, and co-workers with an uptight behaviour. Hypertension: High blood pressure is also a chance when taking steroids. Most athletes would not know if they had high blood pressure so it is suggested to get tests regularly. High blood pressure can lead to many more serious diseases. Cardiovascular Disease: Studies have shown that steroid use is a risk factor for heart disease. This is because steroids affect the cholesterol levels. Over a period of time the cholesterol builds up and clogs the arteries. Palpitations: Heart palpitations have been reported by a number of athletes on steroids. These may indicate an excited or elevated level of the central nervous system. Impotence: Impotence occurs when a user goes on and off steroids. When steroids are first used sexual interest increases because of the heightened frequency and duration of the erections. But eventually the opposite happens and no erections can be produced. Jaundice: A serious liver disease which is found by an enlarged painful liver, yellowing of the eyes and skin, and flu like symptoms. This happens when athletes use high dosages of steroids. - Answered by Carroll Bogie 1 year ago.

changing your needless to say-produced testosterone can and could make your testicles smaller as they grow to be lazy from not having to offer the hormone your physique desires. they're relatively advised to sluggish or stop testosterone production per the extreme T levels interior the blood. Kinda like once you have a broken arm for an prolonged time, once you get out of the forged the muscle tissue would be smaller via fact they have not been used for awhile. Answered by Spring Sola 1 year ago.

Steroids can be used widely and enhance body strength. And used to make your body muscle more stronger then normal. Normally these can change over all body structure, and can be used with out any fear by physician advice before. Answered by Toby Hilles 1 year ago.


10 pts best answer - Describe th dual sources of cholesterol in the body, name the precursor of cholesterol...
and where synthesis takes place. Asked by Loriann Bottiggi 1 year ago.

Cholesterol = Steroid alcohol w/ 27 Cs, arranged in tetracylical perhydricyclopentanophenanthrene (sterane) skeleton. Synthesis: Acetyl-CoA + Acetyl-CoA > Acetoacetyl-CoA + Acetyl-CoA > HMG-CoA, reduced to > Mevalonate (HMG-CoA reductase) *** key rate limitting enzyme *** Mevalonate converted to isopentenyl pyrophosphate, then isoprene units condensed to > 30 C compound squalene, squalene then converted into squalene epoxide, which cyclizes to > lanosterol, then cholesterol is formed by removal of 3 carbons (in methyl groups), the reduction of one double bond by NADPH, and the migration of the other double bond. As far as answering your question, the two sources of cholesterol in the body are 1) DIETARY cholesterol ingested as meats or other animal products, and transported in lipoproteins and 2) cholesterol synthesized in the LIVER. The precursor of cholesterol is the acetyl-CoA molecule, which is as a short-term energy storage molecule that alternately can enter the Krebs Cycle to form ATP. About 1/3 of the daily production of cholesterol (400 mg) is converted into bile acids. Hope that was enough for you. Answered by Marlin Kahoohalphala 1 year ago.

There are two main sources of cholesterol in our blood - cholesterol absorbed from the intestine and cholesterol made in the liver. Acetyl CoA and melvalonate are precursors of cholesterol. (Cholesterol is the precursor of vitamin D and various hormones such as testosterone.) Answered by Elisa Pribnow 1 year ago.

Your body can make cholesterol and you can eat it. It is made from egosterol, vitaminD. Answered by Suzanne Luevanos 1 year ago.

The Show is called Exposed you should write it down so you don't keep forgetting. Answered by Brittny Bellard 1 year ago.


What makes up steroids? To what groupd of organic compunds do steroids belong? How are they used in animals?
Asked by Adelaida Hoak 1 year ago.

A steroid is a type of organic compound that contains a specific arrangement of four rings that are joined to each other. Examples of steroids include cholesterol, the sex hormones estradiol and testosterone, and the anti-inflammatory drug dexamethasone. The sterane core of steroids is composed of seventeen carbon atoms bonded together to form four fused rings: three cyclohexane rings (designated as rings A, B, and C in the figure to the right) and one cyclopentane ring (the D ring). The steroids vary by the functional groups attached to these rings and by the oxidation state of the rings. Sterols are special forms of steroids, with a hydroxyl group at position-3 and a skeleton derived from cholestane. Hundreds of distinct steroids are found in plants, animals, and fungi. All steroids are made in cells either from the sterols lanosterol (animals and fungi) or cycloartenol (plants). Both, lanosterol and cycloartenol, are derived from the cyclization of the triterpene squalene. Answered by Benedict Zimbelman 1 year ago.

What Makes Up Steroids Answered by Inge Brewbaker 1 year ago.

The organic group that steroids belong to is called steroids. Answered by Rosendo Pinault 1 year ago.

U can appreciate him 4 hetting to Majors @ 18 with out steroids. If u dont appreciate A-Rod then u shouldn't appreciate a effective previous guy who cheated off a try while he grow to be 5. BQ: particular he nonetheless hitting abode runs with out Steroids. Answered by Jamika Pago 1 year ago.


Biomarkers indicate that the first eukaryotes arose about _____ years ago.?
a. 2.7 billion b. 1.2 million c. 5.3 million d. 1 billion e. 4.2 billion Asked by Criselda Rater 1 year ago.

Straight off wikipedia: "Biomarkers suggest that at least stem eukaryotes arose even earlier. The presence of steranes in Australian shales indicates that eukaryotes were present 2.7 billion years ago.[8][9]" Answered by Michele Prochaska 1 year ago.


How do steroids differ structurally from other lipids?
Asked by Deloise Patton 1 year ago.

Steroids form an important group of compounds based on the fundamental saturated tetracyclic hydrocarbon : 1,2-cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene (sterane or gonane).(SEE link for diagram). There are no fatty acid - glycerol bonds as seen in fats, oils & waxes. Answered by Brandy Piacitelli 1 year ago.


Where were eukaryotes evolved from?
Asked by See Morelen 1 year ago.

From prokaryotes... The origin of the eukaryotic cell was a milestone in the evolution of life, since they include all complex cells and almost all multi-cellular organisms... The timing of this series of events is hard to determine; it has been suggested that they developed approximately 1.6–2.1 billion years ago... Some acritarchs are known from at least 1650 million years ago, and the possible alga Grypania has been found as far back as 2100 million years ago... Biomarkers suggest that at least stem eukaryotes arose even earlier... The presence of steranes in Australian shales indicates that eukaryotes were present 2.7 billion years ago... Answered by Renae Fillo 1 year ago.

Prokaryotes. Answered by Nereida Herrarte 1 year ago.


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