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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Briefly, it will be postulated that a major function of thyroid hormone is for slowly developing adaptations of the circulatory system to environmental changes, and that many thyroid hormone effects are secondary to altered perfusion of tissues. There is no known in vitro effect of thyroid hormone which can reasonably explain any major number of the in vivo effects (Tata, 1964).
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