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Physiology-Thyroid/Parathyroid Glands-WVSOM Class of 2012

what do type 1 and type 2 deiodinases do? turn t4 to t3
where is type 1 deiodinase found? liver and kidneys
T4 and T3 circulate are primarily bound to what globule? thyroxine binding globule
how does tsh inhibit gene expression? EGF receptor, Myosin heavy chain β, TSH α & β, TRH, type 2 deiodinase
what is unique about parathyroid hormone's response to calcium? an increase in [Ca]i does not lead to exocytosis
what are effects of pth on kidney? decrease phos absorption, increase ca resorption, absorption of ca in intestine
what does vitamin d do to pth? inhibits
how does pth increase calcium in bone? stimulates osteoblasts to become osteoclasts
Created by: mhassan