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"Inhibiting effect of inorganic iodide on the formation in vitro of thyropine and diiodotyrosine by surviving thyroid tissue." J Biol Chem, 1944; 154:381.
Immediately after preparation of the stock solutions, a working solution was prepared from each stock by diluting 5.0 mL in 0.05 mol/L [Na.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4] buffer (pH 11.6) in a 100-mL volumetric flask containing 5 mg of diiodotyrosine as a protective carrier substance.
Tyrosine in contact with the membrane of the follicular cells is iodinated at 1 (monoiodotyrosine) or 2 (diiodotyrosine) sites and then coupled to produce the 2 forms of thyroid hormone (diiodotyrosine + diiodotyrosine [right arrow] [T.sub.4]; diiodotyrosine + monoiodotyrosine [right arrow] [T.sub.3]).