Springer Nature is making SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 research free View research | View latest news | Sign up for updates

Experimentelle und klinische Studien über die Messung der Plasmakonzentration des thyreotropen Vorderlappenhormons

  • 8 Accesses

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.


  1. Adams, D. D., and H. D. Purves: A new method of assay for thyrotropic hormone. Endocrinology 57, 17 (1955).

  2. Albert, A.: The experimental production of exophthalmos in fundulus by means of anterior pituitary extracts. Endocrinology 37, 389 (1945).

  3. Bakke, J. L., and N. Lawrence: The Effect of thyroid-stimulating hormone upon the iodide-collecting mechanism of thyroid tissueslices. Endocrinology 58, 531 (1956).

  4. Crooke, A. C., and J. D. Mathews: Essay of thyreotrop. hormones using 32P. Ciba Found. Colloq. Endocrin. 5, 25 (1953).

  5. D'Angelo, S. A.: (1) Pituitary regulation of thyroid gland function. Brookhaven Symposia in Biology 7, 9 (1955).

  6. D'Angelo, S. A.: (2) The metabolism of thyrotropic hormone in the rat. Endocrinology 56, 37 (1955).

  7. D'Angelo, S. A., K. E. Paschkis, A. S. Gordon and A. Cantarow: Thyroidthyrotropic hormone balance in the blood of normal and endocrinophatic individuals. J. clin. Endocr. 11, 1237 (1951).

  8. Del Conte, E.: Contribution of the cytologic coefficient to the physiology and pathology of the hypophyseothyroid correlation. Buenos Aires, Libreria el Ateneo 1949.

  9. De Robertis, E.: Assay of thyrotropic hormone in human blood. J. clin. Endocr 8, 956 (1948).

  10. Di George, A. M., S. A. D'Angelo and K. E. Paschkis: Thyro-pituitary relations in cretinism and hypothyroidism. J. clin. Endocr. 15, 834 (1955).

  11. JENDobyns, B. N.: Thyrotropic hormone and exophthalamos Thesis. Univ. Minn. 1946.

  12. Dobyns, B. N., and S. L. Steelman: The thyroid stimulating hormone of the anterior pituitary as distinct from the exophthalmos producing substance. Endocrinology 52, 705 (1953).

  13. Fellinger, K.: Klinische und experimentelle Untersuchungen über das Verhalten und die Bedeutung des thyreotropen Hormons im Blute. Wien. Arch. inn. Med. 29, 375 (1936).

  14. Freinkel, N., and S. H. Ingbar: The relationship between metabolic activity and iodide-concentrating capacity of surviving thyroid slices. J. clin. Endocr. 15, 442 (1955).

  15. JENGilliland, I. C., and J. I. Strudwick: Clinical application of an assay of thyroidstimulating hormone in relation to exophthalmos. Brit. med. J., 378 (1956).

  16. Greer, M. A.: The role of the hypothalamus in the control of thyroid function. J. clin. Endocr. 12, 1259 (1952).

  17. JENHays, E. E., and S. L. Steelman: Thyrotropic hormone. In: G. Pincus, K. V. Thimann; The Hormones, Vol.III, 206 (1955).

  18. Hertz, S., and E. G. Oastler: Assay of blood and urine for thyreotropic hormone in thyrotoxicosis and myxedema. Endocrinology 20, 520 (1936).

  19. Jefferies, W. McK.: Studies of the relationship of the thyrotropic, exophthalmic and fat-mobilizing principles of pituitary extract. II. The effect of iodination of pituitary extract upon these three principles. J. clin. Endocr. 9, 927 (1949).

  20. Junkmann, K., u. W. Schoeller: Über das thyreotrope Hormon des Hypophysenvorderlappens. Klin. Wschr. 11, 1176 (1932).

  21. Kassenaar, A. A. H., L. D. F. Lameyer and A. Querido: The distribution of injected heterologous thyrotrophic hormone in the rat. Acta endocr. (Kbh.) 21, 32 (1956).

  22. JENLamberg, B. A.: Radioactive phosphorus as indicator in a chick assay of thyrotrophic hormone. Acta med. scand. 145, Suppl. 279 (1953).

  23. Levey, H. A., and D. H. Solomon: Studies of the metabolism of thyrotropin. Endocrinology 60, 118 (1957).

  24. Loeser, A.: Die schiddrüsenwirksame Substanz des Hypophysenvorderlappens. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. exp. Path. Pharmak. 176, 697 (1934).

  25. JENMorton, M. E., I. L. Chaikoff and S. Rosenfeld: Inhibiting effect of inorganic iodide on the formation in vitro of thyroxine and diiodotyrosine by surviving thyroid tissue.

  26. Ogura, H.: Folia endocrinologica japonica 34, 274 (1958).

  27. Postel, S.: Zone electrophoresis in the preparation of serum and pituitary extracts for bioassay of thyroid stimulating hormone. Endocrinology 58, 557 (1956).

  28. Rawson, R. W., and W. L. Money: Physiologic reactions of the thyroid-stimulating hormone. Recent Progr. Hormone Res. 4, 397 (1949).

  29. Rawson, R. W., G. D. Sterne and J. C. Aub: Physiological reactions of the thyroid-stimulating hormone of the pituitary. I. Its inactivation by exposure to thyroid tissue in vitro. Endocrinology 30, 234 (1942).

  30. Shizume, K.: Alii. Saishin Igaku 12, 23 (1957).

  31. Simtkin, B., P. Starr and Ch. Hancock: Serum thyrotropic bioassays in patients exhibiting various thyroid states. J. clin. Endocr. 12, 940 (1952).

  32. Starr, P., A. Lepp and Y. Katz: The presence of an inhibitor by thyrotropin in human urine. J. clin. Endocr. 18, 665 (1939).

  33. Vanderlaan, J. E., and W. P. Vanderlaan: The iodide concentrating mechanism of the rat thyroid and its inhibition by thycyanate. Endocrinology 40, 403 (1947).

  34. Wollmann, S. H., and R. O. Scow: Dependence of ratio of radioiodine concentrations in thyroid gland and serum iodide concentration with propylthiouracil. Endocrinology 55, 828 (1954).

Download references

Author information

Additional information

Mit 4 Textabbildungen

Rights and permissions

Reprints and Permissions

About this article

Cite this article

Tsuji, S., Ogura, H. Experimentelle und klinische Studien über die Messung der Plasmakonzentration des thyreotropen Vorderlappenhormons. Naunyn - Schmiedebergs Arch 238, 391–418 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00244622

Download citation