Hormones Thyroïdiennes

  • Raymond Michel
  • Jean Roche
Part of the Handbuch der Physiologisch- und Pathologisch-Chemischen Analyse book series (HOPPE-SEYLER, volume 4)

Résumé

On peut définir une hormone comme un produit sécrété par une glande close et qui possède à faible dose les propriétés spécifiques des extraits endocriniens totaux. La thyroxine répond à cette définition; aussi, l’a-t-on considérée dès sa découverte, comme l’hormone thyroïdienne; au cours de ces dernières années, trois autres substances iodées douées d’activités hormonales ont été caractérisées dans le corps thyroïde. Ces quatre produits sont mis en circulation et distribués par le sang à l’ensemble des tissus; ils y subissent une dégradation qui conduit à l’excrétion rénale d’iodures.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Raymond Michel
    • 1
  • Jean Roche
    • 1
  1. 1.ParisFrance

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