goitrogenic


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goitrogenic

 [goi-tro-jen´ik]
producing goiter.

goi·tro·gen·ic

(goy'trō-jen'ik),
Causing goiter.

goi·tro·gen·ic

(goy'trō-jen'ik)
Causing goiter.
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The major objective of this study was to assess the prevalence and cause of IDD in Burie and Womberma districts by conducting clinical examinations for total goiter rates, urinary iodide level determination, assessment of goitrogenic factors and knowledge, attitude and practices of the communities towards the use of iodated salt.
Traditional rapeseed contained between 25-50 percent erucic acid (cis-13-docosenoic, C 22:1) and glucosinolates (thioglucosides), some of which had goitrogenic or other antinutritional properties.
The hydrolysis products of Gls are strongly related to goitrogenic substance subsequently interfere with iodine uptake and inhibit the synthesis of thyroid hormones [T.
3] central (Thyroid) and peripheral antithyroid action, thyroid gland stimulating or goitrogenic action, carcinogenesis lowering properties and also actions that increase susceptibility to Graves' disease.
Kumar (2011) reported seven cases of congenital goiter in winter months and incriminated cause was feeding Brassica species and other goitrogenic plants in excess.
Thyroid hormone synthesis can be inhibited by dietary factors, such as goitrogenic compounds from millet and thiocyanate from cassava.
Heating and cooking of these vegetables helps to inactivate the goitrogenic isothiocyanates.
Glucosinolates are also known to possess goitrogenic (anti-thyroid) activity.
However, the goitrogenic effect of selenium deficiency is evident only when there is concurrent iodine deficiency (11).
Nominal age range at collection of 206 urine samples analyzed for goitrogenic anions and iodide.
For example, isothiocyanates of essential mustard oil exert pharmacological as well as toxic properties by their goitrogenic, antibacterial, antifungal and antiprotozoal activities.