antithyroid

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antithyroid

 [an″te-thi´roid]
suppressing or inhibiting thyroid activity.

an·ti·thy·roid

(an'tē-thī'royd),
Relating to an agent that suppresses thyroid function (for example, propylthiouracil).

antithyroid

adjective Referring to an effect that counters thyroid activity.
 
noun An agent that counters thyroid activity.
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goitrogenic and antithyroidal effect of the fern Adiantum
The current concept of pathogenesis immune thyroiditis after allogeneic transplantation is the transfer of a clone of donor lymphocytes with antithyroidal activity.
The differential assessment of the particular tissue type of inflammation such as cardiovascular, hepatic, neurological, or musculoskeletal inflammation may require more specific testing such as antibodies to specific tissues (i.e., ANA, anti-CCP antibodies, antithyroidal antibodies), or biomolecules that have been modified as a result of inflammatory processes (i.e., advanced glycation end products, oxidized lipids and protein, or damaged DNA such as 8-hydroxy-deoxyguanosine).
Phytochemical analyses including HPLC revealed the presence of quercetin in the seed extract and the results on the effects of quercetin suggested the involvement of this phytochemical in the mediation of antithyroidal activity of Annona squamosa seed extract.
When the effects of the principal active compound, quercetin was studied, almost similar effects on the thyroid functions were observed suggesting the possible involvement of quercetin in the mediation of the antithyroidal effects of the crude seed extract.