Chapter 1 Chairmen's starting feedback (pages 1–2): Roslind Pitt?Rivers
Chapter 2 Hypothalamus?Pituitary?Thyroid Relationships (pages 3–20): G.W. Harris and J.W. Woods
Chapter three Contribution to the legislation of Thyroid job (pages 21–33): R. Courrier
Chapter four The effect of the primary worried approach at the keep watch over of Thyrothropin Secretion (pages 34–50): Monte A. Greer
Chapter five Pituitary Cytology in terms of Thyrotrophic Hormone Secretion (pages 51–58): H.D. Purves and W.E. Griesbach
Chapter 6 results of Hypophysectomy on natural Iodine Formation in Rat Thyroids (pages 59–78): Alvin Taurog, Winton Tong and I.L. Chaikoff
Chapter 7 elements Influencing the Thyroidal Iodide Pump (pages 79–96): N.S. Halmi
Chapter eight The “Feed?Back” speculation of the keep watch over of Thyroid functionality (pages 97–123): ok. Brown?Grant
Chapter nine Hormone Synthesis within the Iodine?Deficient Thyroid Gland (pages 124–134): A. Querido,, ok. Schut and Janke Terpstra
Chapter 10 Enzymic facets of Thyronine Metabolism and its Iodinated Derivatives (pages 135–155): S. Lissitzky and S. Bouchilloux
Chapter eleven The Metabolism of Thyroid Hormones via Kidney and the organic task of the goods (pages 156–167): Henry Lardy, Kenkichi Tomita, Frank C. Larson and Edwin C. Albright
Chapter 12 at the Presence of 3:5:3??Triiodothyro?Acetic Acid and 3:3??Diiodothyronine in Rat Muscle and Kidney after management of 3:5:3??Triiodo?L?Thyronine (pages 168–181): Jean Roche, Raymond Michel and Pierre Jouan
Chapter thirteen The Distribution and Metabolism of Thyroid Hormones (pages 182–189): J. Gross, D. F. Ford, S. Symchowicz and J. H. Horton
Chapter 14 The Deiodination of Thyroid Hormones in vitro (pages 190–214): N. F. Maclagan and Doreen Reid
Chapter 15 Hepatic legislation of Thyroxine Metabolism (pages 215–229): A. Vannotti
Chapter sixteen Thyroid Hormones on the Peripheral Tissue point: Metabolism and Mode of motion (pages 230–252): Odette Thibault
Chapter 17 mobile activities of Thyroxine and related Compounds (pages 253–269): S.B. Barker
Chapter 18 a few Observations at the scientific results of Triiodothyroacetic Acid (pages 270–286): W.R. Trotter
Chapter 19 The effect of the Thyroid Gland Upon Immune Responses of other Species to Bacterial an infection (pages 287–304): D.A. lengthy
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Presumably in the mice with heterotopic pituitaries this thyrotrophin already is being secreted at maximal rate since thyroid weight is not maintained above the hypophysectomy level and the production of thyroxine in these animals is considerably below that of normal controls. This does not seem to be the case, however. Lowering the blood thyroxine level by the chronic administration of propylthiouracil or increasing it by the injection of thyroxine will result in a marked change in thyroidal radioiodine metabolism of the implanted animals and considerable cytological transformation without a corresponding alteration of thyroid size.
MILLAR Copyright 0 1957 Ciba Foundation CONTRIBUTION T O T H E REGULATION OF THYROID ACTIVITY R. COURRIER Laboratoire de Morphologie Expe'rimentale et Eudocrinologie, Collige de France, Paris IN the Collbge de France we have carried out various investigations on the regulation of thyroid activity. To begin with, a simple and reliable procedure is required t o measure this activity. We take advantage of a fact which we noticed in 1944 (Joliot, Courrier, Horeau and Sue). I n the blood, a discrimination is made by the red blood cell between inorganic iodine and hormonal iodine : whereas the former is distributed between the plasma and the cells, the latter remains in the plasma.
These data seem t o favour a direct mode of action of 26 R. COURRIER thyroxine on the anterior pituitary. But is one allowed to postulate that the pituitary, separated from the hypothalamus, is entirely deprived of any hypothalamic secretion? We face here the great problem of the hypothalamus-pituitary relationships and of the action of the neurosecretion by the portal vessels. It is quite definite that the hypothalamus acts on the thyroid by a pituitary pathway. Hypophyseal grafts, hypothalamic lesions, and electrical stimulation of the hypothalamus have demonstrated this quite extensively.