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Keywords: Deiodination
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Eur Thyroid J (2012) 1 (2): 88–98.
Published Online: 26 June 2012
...% of the extrathyroidal T 3 is produced by deiodination of T 4 via the type I (D 1 ) and type II (D 2 ) deiodinases [ 12,13 ], which are widely expressed throughout extrathyroidal organs and tissues: D 1 , in liver and kidney, and D 2 , in the central nervous system, bone, skin, pituitary gland, brown adipose tissue...