SEPARATE DETERMINATION OF TOTAL T3 AND T4 IN SERUM BY A SEMIAUTOMATICAL METHOD

T. Ruhl, J. Habermann, K. Horn, P. C. Scriba
1971 European Journal of Endocrinology  
CONTENTS Brain-Thyroid Relationships and Regulation of Thyroid Function 1. J. Köbberling, A. v. zur Mühlen and D. Emrich: The effect of synthetic TRF on serum levels of TSH, total thyroxine and glucose in normal persons. 2. G. Rothenbuchner, J. Birk, S. Raptis, U. Loos, M. Schleyer and E. F. Pfeiffer: Thyrotrophin (TSH), human growth hormone (HGH) in hypothyroid patients and patients with endocrine ophthalmopathy after TRF injection. Hauss: Investigations of the effect of thyrotrophin-releasing
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Plass: Column Chromatographie Separation and chemical determination of nanogram amounts of thyroid hormones. 10. C. E. Horth and M. J. Tidd: Diurnal serum thyroxine levels. 11. /. Sinadinovit, M. Kraincanic, M. Jovanovic and Dj. Djurdjevic: The influence of iodine on the aggregation of subunits into thyroglobulin and on the formation of 27S iodoprotein. 12. A. Melander, L. E. Ericson, R. Häkanson, Ch. Owman and F. Sundler: On the role of amino-containing thyroid mast cells in thyroid hormone secretion. 13. D. Glaubitt and H. Fr ahm: Studies of the intermediary metabolism with D-glucose-14 C(U), D-glucose-l-14 C, and D-glucose-6-14 C in treated myxoedema patients. 14. C. Robyn, P. Leleux, L. Vanhaeist and J. Golstein: Immunohistochemical study of human pituitaries with an anti-thyrotrophin (anti-TSH) serum. 15. F. Adlkofer, H. Schleusener, L. Uher and H. J. Kirstaedter: Isoelectric focusing of IGG containing LATS, thyroglobulin antibodies and thyroid microsomal antibodies. V 16. R. 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Schuiling and G. P. van Rees: The ovulation-inducing effect of oestradiol in the progesterone-treated rat. 24. P. van der Schoot and G. H. Zeilmaker: Sex differentiation and the regulation of corpus luteum function in the rat. 25. David A. Goldjott and Michael J. Baum: Advancement of spermatogenesis and testosterone production in the prepuberal ferret following hypothalamic lesions. 26. Michael J. Baum, J. T. M. Vreeburg and M. G. M. Balemans: Testicular and pineal function in ferrets exposed to continous light or darkness. 27. H.-D. Taubert, H. Bichel and H. Kühl: Evidence of a sex-specific effect of testosterone upon L-cystine-aminopeptidase activity in the hypothalamus of the male rat. 28. K.-O. Mosebach and H.-G. Peter: Early influences of testosterone and 19-nortestosterone on the metabolism of L-histidine-14 C in the brain of immature male rats. 29. Pamela C. B. MacKinnon and M. B. ter Haar: Changes in protein synthesis in the brain and anterior pituitary gland during the oestrous cycle, and their apparent relation to variations in plasma LH levels. 30. Abstract withdrawn. 31. C W. H. Havard, V. F. Saldanha, R. Bird and R. Gardner: Effects of centrally acting drugs on pituitary adrenal axis. 32. Pertti T. K. Toivola and Charles C. Gate: Stimulation of growth hormone secretion by microinjection of non?/;inephrine into hypothalamus of conscious baboon. 33. Frans Vandesande and Camiel Dierickx: Experimental identification of a hypothalamic thyrotrope centre in Rana temporaria. 34. Charles C. Gale, Roger Williams and Pertti Toivola: Thyroid-sympathetic nervous system interactions in thermoregulation. 35. Hans Vilhardt: Uptake of tritiated lysine-vasopressin by bovine neurosecretory granules. 36. G. Leyendecker, Sharon Wardlaw, Bärbel Leffek and W. 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Luciano Martini: Central nervous influences on gonadal functions. 45. H. Gregory: Hypothalamic releasing factors. Pituitary Hormones and Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin 46. Wolfgaiig Rohde and Günther Knappe: Assessment of the somatotrophic hypophyseal function in acromegalic patients by estimation of serum growth hormone and other parameters: Study of 35 cases. 47. F. A. Läszlö, £. Nagy and J. Kocsis: Effect of somatotrophic and synthetic adrenocorticotrophic hormone on water metabolism of hypophysectomized rats. 48. P. L. Bar the, L. Schenkel-Hulligcr, W. Rittet and P. A. Desaulles: Corticotrophic effect of synthetic ACTH-peptides with natural amino acid sequence of different chain length in comparison to their D-ser^derivatives.
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