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Interactions of protein deficiency, cyanide, and thiocyanate on thyroid function in neonatal and adult rats.
- P. A. Kreutler, V. Varbanov, W. Goodman, G. Olaya, J. Stanbury
- Biology, MedicineThe American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 February 1978
The proposition that cyanogenic glycosides and thiocyanate may affect thyroid function in the neonatal iodine deficient rat is supported and the hypothesis that protein deficiency is a major factor in the responses of the thyroid to iodine deficiency or goitrogens is not supported.
NATURE AND EVOLUTION OF ENDEMIC THYROID HYPERPLASIA OF LOW DEGREE IN JUVENILE AND SPORADIC GOITRE
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