Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) are a class of compounds that selectively activate the androgen receptor (AR) in a tissue-specific manner. By doing so, they offer the potential for therapeutic benefits with reduced side effects compared to traditional androgenic compounds . SARMs have gained attention in recent years due to their ability to elicit beneficial anabolic effects while avoiding many of the unwanted side effects associated with steroidal agents .
SARMs have been proposed as potential treatments for various diseases, including muscle wasting, breast cancer, osteoporosis, and hypogonadism [1,3,4]. In addition, SARMs have been shown to stimulate AR-mediated gene expression and promote anabolic effects in muscle and bone .
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