Thyroglobulin meaning

thīrō-glŏbyə-lĭn
A thyroid protein that is the precursor to iodine-containing hormones and is typically present in the colloid of thyroid gland follicles.
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A substance extracted from the thyroid glands of hogs, formerly used as a thyroid hormone supplement to treat hypothyroidism.
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A thyroid protein that assists in the synthesis of the iodine-containing hormones thyroxine and triiodothyronine and is typically present in the colloid of thyroid gland follicles.
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A substance extracted from the thyroid glands of hogs, formerly used as a thyroid hormone supplement to treat hypothyroidism.
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(biochemistry) A globulin, produced by the thyroid gland, that has a role in the production of the thyroid hormones.
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