THRB

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THRB

A gene on chromosome 3p24.2 that encodes thyroid hormone receptor, beta, a nuclear hormone receptor for triiodothyronine, and one of several thyroid hormone receptors that mediate thyroid hormone’s biological activity.

Molecular pathology
THRB mutations cause generalised thyroid hormone resistance (GTHR), a condition characterised by goitre and high circulating thyroid hormone (T3–T4) levels and normal or slightly
elevated thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH).
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There are three main manual parameters of our algorithm: the number of superpixels M, double threshold values thr1 and thr2.
Therefore, in this paper, our thresholds thr1 and thr2 are selected to be 0.65 and 0.7 respectively.
[alpha] is the weight and value by experiments and observation set to 0.02; thr1 and thr2 are the first and second extracted threshold vectors based on minimum and maximum range values of Cr_min, Cr_max, Cb_min, and Cb_max of skin samples (Figure 3).
., slot: SLO1, SLO2, SLO3..., thread: THR1..., plane: OD1, OD3, OD5, OD7, OD10, cylinder cone outher: OD2, OD4, OD6, OD8, OD9, cylinder cone inner: HO1.