protein‐bound iodine The thyroid hormones, tri‐iodothyronine and thyroxine are transported in the blood‐stream bound to proteins; measurement of protein‐bound iodine, as opposed to total plasma iodine, was used as an index of thyroid gland activity before more specific methods of measuring the hormones were developed.
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