Concerning the Relation of Environmental Temperature to Resistance to Thyroid and Thyroxine, and the Creatine Content of the Heart and Other Tissues in Experimental Hyperthyroidism

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Experiments have shown that the survival period of thyrotoxic rats is markedly influenced by the environmental temperature, being of much longer duration at low than at high temperatures. Between 22 degrees and 37.5 degrees C., the relation of temperature to the survival period is approximately linear. The tolerance to relatively large doses of thyroid and… (More)

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@article{Bodansky1936ConcerningTR, title={Concerning the Relation of Environmental Temperature to Resistance to Thyroid and Thyroxine, and the Creatine Content of the Heart and Other Tissues in Experimental Hyperthyroidism}, author={M. Bodansky and Jeffery Pilcher and Virginia B. Duff}, journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine}, year={1936}, volume={63}, pages={523 - 532} }