volume 71, issue 3, P195-205 1988
DOI: 10.1007/bf01245713
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Abstract: Thyroid hormone produces metabolic effects similar to those of stimulation of noradrenergic receptors. It has been reported, however, that norepinephrine turnover is reduced during thyrotoxicosis and that beta-noradrenergic receptor number is increased. Metabolic effects of thyroid hormone may therefore reduce noradrenergic activity. We examined effects of thyroid hormone administration or production of hypothyroidism with methimazole on receptors associated with regulation of noradrenergic function. Treatment…

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