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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of calcitonin

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Derived Form of calcitonin

plural: calcitonins
thyroid hormone that tends to lower the level of calcium in the blood plasma and inhibit resorption of bone
Type ofthyroid hormone,

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  1. excessive amounts of calcitonin which deposits between the C-Cells. Calcitonin is a protein
  2. One other hormone that's coming from the thyroid is calcitonin.
  3. What does calcitonin do?
  4. presynaptic neurons, including glutamate, substance P, and calcitonin gene-related peptide,
  5. turn decreases the release of neurotransmitters, such as glutamate, substance P and calcitonin-gene-related-peptide.
  6. that means the calcitonin-producing cells of the thyroid gland.
  7. control of that. And the other thing that it does is it secretes something called calcitonin.
  8. off two things. Can you remember those . . . It's going to give off calcitonin, that's going
  9. to secrete a chemical called calcitonin. And that's going to lower the blood, the blood
  10. father is a new marker called pro calcitonin
  11. which are near the follicles. These cells produce calcitonin, a hormone that lowers
  12. bone tissue which frees up the calcium to enter the bloodstream. Calcitonin also inhibits
  13. hormone, so as the calcitonin deposits, the resulting clumps of protein stick together
  14. which can help identify a thyroid nodule. Calcitonin levels are usually elevated in
  15. arise from the C-cells of the thyroid which produce calcitonin. Diagnosis usually begins
  16. body to strengthen the bones. These nutrients stimulate a hormone called calcitonin, which
  17. the there are there are three three hormones that regulate calcium levels there's calcitonin
  18. calcitriol-- which is active vitamin D-- and calcitonin