Selective androgen receptor modulator

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Selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) are a class of drugs that have tissue-selective androgen receptor agonism and antagonism. They may have applications in non-binary hormone replacement therapy.

Comparison[edit]

Tissue-specific AR activity Function-specific AR activity
Drug Bone Muscle Prostate Libido Virilization Availability
Enobosarm agonist[citation needed] agonist[citation needed] ? ? low[citation needed] Clinical trials

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