thyroid epithelial cell

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thyroid epithelial cell

The primary epithelial cell of the thyroid gland.
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sup][2],[24] Apparently, TSH is the primary mediator of thyrocyte proliferation.
Additionally, in vitro studies have shown that lithium increases thyrocyte proliferation by Wnt/[beta] signaling (5,6).
Sodium ioidide symporter glycoprotein is necessary for the efficiency of RAI treatment as it is responsible for the iodine transport across the thyrocyte basal membrane.
1987) Enhancement of thyrocyte HLA class II expression by thyroid stimulating hormone.
The thyrotropin receptor and the regulation of thyrocyte function and growth.
Effects of thyroglobulin and pendrin on iodide flux through the thyrocyte.
The resulting iodide accumulation in the thyrocyte may exacerbate perchlorate-induced iodide discharge (Scinicariello et al.
Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) is a glycoprotein enzyme located in the thyrocyte membrane, which catalyses oxidation reaction of iodine on tyrosine residue in thyroglobulin to yield triiodothyronine and thyroxin.
A P2X7 receptor stimulates plasma membrane trafficking in the FRTL rat thyrocyte cell line.
Therefore, it is possible that perchlorate may cross the thyrocyte membrane by diffusion.
Rodriguez, et al (14) identified a third human protein, homologous to NIS at the apical membrane of the human thyrocyte.