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Although testosterone was not isolated until 1935, four years after its metabolite androsterone, the basic origins and effects of the substance have been known for a much longer period of time. Indeed, as early as the 1700s, testicular transplant experiments linked castration to the physiological and behavioral changes that are commonly associated with decreased levels of testosterone production in the male body.

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