Supplemental dietary racemic equol has modest benefits to bone but has mild uterotropic activity in ovariectomized rats

Leecole L. Legette, Berdine R. Martin, Mohammad Shahnazari, Wang Hee Lee, William G. Helferich, Junqi Qian, David J. Waters, Alireza Arabshahi, Stephen Barnes, Jo Welch, David G. Bostwick, Connie M. Weaver

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