Effect of thyrotoxicosis and recovery on myocardial protein balance.

K. Wildenthal, C. F. Sanford, E. E. Griffin, J. S. Crie

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Abstract

Thyroid hormone, given in vivo or in vitro, exerts an anabolic effect on the heart. The hypertrophy that is produced by daily thyroxine injections in vivo is mediated primarily by an increase in protein synthesis. The changes in protein balance seem to be mediated at least in part by a direct action of thyroid hormone on heart cells, independent of secondary changes in hemodynamic or neurohumoral factors (although these might well contribute to the final effects in vivo, of course). The cardiac catabolism that accompanies regression of thyroxine-induced hypertrophy is characterized by a marked reduction in protein synthesis, not by an acceleration of protein breakdown.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)503-507
Number of pages5
JournalAdvances in myocardiology
Volume1
StatePublished - 1980

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Thyrotoxicosis
Thyroxine
Thyroid Hormones
Hypertrophy
Proteins
Anabolic Agents
Hemodynamics
Injections

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Wildenthal, K., Sanford, C. F., Griffin, E. E., & Crie, J. S. (1980). Effect of thyrotoxicosis and recovery on myocardial protein balance. Advances in myocardiology, 1, 503-507.

Effect of thyrotoxicosis and recovery on myocardial protein balance. / Wildenthal, K.; Sanford, C. F.; Griffin, E. E.; Crie, J. S.

In: Advances in myocardiology, Vol. 1, 1980, p. 503-507.

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Wildenthal, K, Sanford, CF, Griffin, EE & Crie, JS 1980, 'Effect of thyrotoxicosis and recovery on myocardial protein balance.', Advances in myocardiology, vol. 1, pp. 503-507.
Wildenthal K, Sanford CF, Griffin EE, Crie JS. Effect of thyrotoxicosis and recovery on myocardial protein balance. Advances in myocardiology. 1980;1:503-507.
Wildenthal, K. ; Sanford, C. F. ; Griffin, E. E. ; Crie, J. S. / Effect of thyrotoxicosis and recovery on myocardial protein balance. In: Advances in myocardiology. 1980 ; Vol. 1. pp. 503-507.
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