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Term:
testosterone secretion (GO:0035936)
Annotations: Rat: (4) Mouse: (3) Human: (2) Chinchilla: (2) Bonobo: (2) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (0) Pig: (1)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
3-hydroxyphenyl propanoate transport 
3-hydroxyphenylpropionic acid transmembrane transport 
4-hydroxyphenylacetate transport 
abscisic acid transport 
achromobactin transport 
activin secretion +  
aldosterone secretion +   
androstenedione secretion +  
bile acid and bile salt transport +   
catecholamine transport +   
chrysobactin transport 
corticosterone secretion +   
cortisol secretion +   
cycloheximide transport 
dehydroepiandrosterone secretion +  
doxorubicin transport  
endocrine hormone secretion +   
enterobactin transport +   
estradiol secretion +   
estrone secretion +  
ethanolamine transport 
fluconazole transport 
glycolate transport +  
histamine secretion involved in inflammatory response +   
hydroxyectoine transport 
intestinal phytosterol absorption +   
isopropylmalate transport +  
juvenile hormone secretion +  
lactate transport +   
mevalonate transport  
negative regulation of hormone secretion +   
octopamine secretion +  
p-coumaryl alcohol transport 
peptide hormone secretion +   
platelet activating factor secretion +  
polyol transport +   
positive regulation of hormone secretion +   
pyridoxal phosphate transport 
pyridoxal transport +  
pyridoxamine transport +  
pyridoxine transport +  
regulation of hormone secretion +   
retinol transport +   
salicin transport 
serotonin transport +   
shikimate transmembrane transport 
steroid hormone secretion +   
sterol transport +   
testosterone secretion +   
The regulated release of testosterone into the circulatory system. Testosterone is an androgen having 17beta-hydroxy and 3-oxo groups, together with unsaturation at C-4-C-5.
tetracycline transmembrane transport  
tyramine secretion +  

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Definition Sources: CHEBI:17347, GOC:sl, PMID:12606499

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