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Uptake of radioactive iodine by cells of the follicular and interfollicular epithelium of the thyroid gland

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Krivobok, Y.V. Uptake of radioactive iodine by cells of the follicular and interfollicular epithelium of the thyroid gland. Bull Exp Biol Med 92, 963–965 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00837014

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Key Words

  • iodine
  • thyroid gland
  • epithelium
  • microfollicles