PMID: 5903339Jan 21, 1966

Thyrocalcitonin inhibition of bone resorption induced by parathyroid hormone in tissue culture

M A AliapouliosP L Munson


Added thyrocalcitonin greatly diminished parathyroid-hormone-induced resorption of bone in tissue culture. The results indicate that bone is primary site of action of thyrocalcitonin.


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