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Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM)

A SARM is a class of compound that can bind to the androgen receptor, but is not actually a steroid hormone

Our SARMs are non-steroidal molecules that target and modulate the activity of androgen receptors within the cell on the nuclear membrane. The SARM binds to the androgen receptor, and then can interact with a receptor-specific segment of DNA that controls gene expression. The binding of a SARM with its nuclear hormone receptor can either activate or inhibit the nuclear activity because it can either block or stimulate the same nuclear hormone receptor under different conditions.