thyroglobulin

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thy·ro·glob·u·lin

 (thī′rō-glŏb′yə-lĭn)
n.
1. 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.
2. A substance extracted from the thyroid glands of hogs, formerly used as a thyroid hormone supplement to treat hypothyroidism.

thyroglobulin

(ˌθaɪrəʊˈɡlɒbjʊlɪn)
n
(Biology) a protein which is found in the thyroid gland and which contains iodine
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Noun1.thyroglobulin - an iodine containing protein that is obtained from the thyroid gland and exhibits the general properties of the globulins
iodinated protein, iodoprotein - a protein that contains iodine
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thy·ro·glob·u·lin

[MIM*188450]
n. tiroglobulina.
1. iodina que contiene glicoproteína secretada por la tiroides;
2. sustancia que se obtiene de tiroides porcinas y se administra como suplemento en el tratamiento de hipertiroidismo;
___ antibodyanticuerpo de ___.

thyroglobulin

n tiroglobulina