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iodide

 [i´o-dīd]
a binary compound of iodine, such as potassium iodide; it inhibits the release of thyroxine from the thyroid gland.

i·o·dide

(ī'ō-dīd),
1. The negative ion of iodine, I-.
2. Any salt of hydroiodic acid.
3. Any compound containing an iodine atom linked to a carbon.

i·o·dide

(ī'ō-dīd)
Negative ion of iodine, I-.
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The binding sites have reactive nitrogen that can bind to the organic iodides. The trap exhibited a high methyl iodide capacity--over three times higher than the currently used industrial adsorbent under identical conditions.
Therefore, gel polymer electrolytes were prepared with various amounts of tetrapropylammonium iodide, [Pr.sub.4]NI, as the salt and investigated in order to find the best composition for high conductivity.
Inspired by previous work, the present paper seeks to determine if halogen bond exists among molecules of perfluoroalkyl iodides. Based on the hypothesis by Fan et al.
In patients treated with amiodarone, urinary and plasma levels of inorganic iodide are found to increase up to 40-fold, whereas thyroidal iodide uptake and clearance decrease significantly.3
The most commonly used salt is the iodide of potassium; the iodides of sodium and ammonium are almost as frequently employed, and those of calcium and strontium are in occasional use.
(2) Once in the bloodstream, iodide is transported throughout the body and eventually removed by the thyroid gland and the kidney.
Organic iodides may also increase TSH levels by similar mechanisms; however, it is unknown what contribution iodide excess has in their overall toxicity to the rat thyroid.
In the US, various forms of iodine have been used in food products: iodides in table salt since the 1920s; iodates in bread from 1960-1980; and diatomic iodine in municipal waters (on an experimental basis only).
Iodide has no disinfectant activity; however, iodine is rapidly converted to iodide in the stomach and absorbed into the blood.
For example, potassium iodide has been prescribed safely to pulmonary patients in daily amounts of up to 6.0 gm/day, in large groups of such patients for several years.
Study Design # pts Duration Form of I Daily Dosage Open Trial 200 3 years Potassium 10-20 mg Iodide Open Trial 233 2 years Lugol 5% * 5-10 drops (31-62 mg I) Open Trial 588 5 years Iodine 10 mg Caseinate Open Trial 1365 18 months Aqueous 0.08 mg/kg BW Solution of Iodine Double Blind [P.sub.L] = 33 mean of Aqueous 0.08 mg/kg BW 191 days Solution of [I.sub.2] = 23 Iodine Study Design % of pts with % of pts with clin.