thyronine


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thy·ro·nine

(thī'rō-nēn, -nin),
An amino acid with a diphenyl ether group in the side chain; occurs in proteins only in the form of iodinated derivatives (iodothyronines), such as thyroxine.

thy·ro·nine

(thī'rō-nēn)
An amino acid with a diphenyl ether group in the side chain; occurs in proteins only in the form of iodinated derivatives (iodothyronines), such as thyroxine.
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2001), and thyroid hormone-like HO-PBDE congeners have been shown to bind competitively with human transthyretin (TTR), a transport protein for the thyroid hormones, thyroxine and thyronine (Meerts et al.
Examples include the use of zonal elution to examine the displacement of D,L-thyroxine and D,L-tryptophan from HSA by bilirubin or caprylate (226); the competition of R/S-warfarin with racemic oxazepam, lorazepam, and their hemisuccinate derivatives on an HSA column (211); the direct or allosteric competition of octanoic acid on immobilized HSA for the binding sites of R/S-warfarin, phenylbutazone, tolbutamide, R/S-oxazepam hemisuccinate, ketoprofen A/B, and suprofen A/B (213); the competition of R-warfarin and L-tryptophan with D-tryptophan (207) or L-thyroxine and related thyronine compounds on HSA (203,208); and the displacement of R- and S-ibuprofen by one another at their binding regions on HSA (227).