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Is it true that when taken in doses of 10mg+ melatonin can act as an aromatase inhibitor?

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Dr. Meenakshi Bhuvaneswar answered

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Melatonin can act as an aromatase inhibitor by regulating the gene expression of aromatase promoter regions . Lower levels of aromatase lead to lower levels of oestrogen , which makes melatonin useful in hormone dependent breast cancer .

Answered 5/19/2023

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