Estradiol valerate CAS 979-32-8 as female hormone
English Name: Estradiol valerate
Other Name: Oestradiol Valerate; estradiol-17-valerate
EINECS Number: 213-559-2
Appearance: White Crystalline powder
Uses: For the treatment of amenorrhea, menopausal symptoms, reduce milk secretion, prostate cancer
Estradiol valerate (EV, E2V) (INN, USAN, JAN) (brand names Altadiol,Deladiol, Delestrogen, Estraval, Lastrogen, Progynova, Valergen, many others), or oestradiol valerate (BAN), is a synthetic ester, specifically the 17-pentanoyl ester, of the natural estrogen, 17beta-estradiol. It was first introduced, as Delestrogen by Squibb in the United States, in 1954, and along with estradiol benzoate (1936) and estradiol cypionate (1952),has since become one of the most widely used esters of estradiol.