Making sense with thyroid hormone—the role of T3 in auditory development

@article{Ng2013MakingSW,
  title={Making sense with thyroid hormone—the role of T3 in auditory development},
  author={Lily K. Ng and Matthew W Kelley and Douglas French Forrest},
  journal={Nature Reviews Endocrinology},
  year={2013},
  volume={9},
  pages={296-307}
}
The senses are our window to the world, our interface with the habitat in which we live in and the basis for our communication with each other. Although sensory systems are not generally viewed as major targets of endocrine regulation, sensory development is profoundly influenced by thyroid hormone (T3) signalling. In this article, we discuss this developmental role of T3 and highlight the auditory system as the best-studied example of the interplay between systemic and local tissue mechanisms… CONTINUE READING
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