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The immune system as a regulator of thyroid hormone activity


, : The immune system as a regulator of thyroid hormone activity. Experimental Biology and Medicine 231(3): 229-236

It has been known for decades that the neuroendocrine system can both directly and indirectly influence the developmental and functional activity of the immune system. In contrast, far less is known about the extent to which the immune system collaborates in the regulation of endocrine activity. This is particularly true for immune-endocrine interactions of the hypothalamus-pituitary-thyroid axis.

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