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Bonanza Books, New York, J Med Biography C Eutirodieo Biologies Iodide, the rate-limiting substrate for thyroid hormone synthesis, is actively transported into thyroid follicular cells by the sodium-iodide symporter NIS at the basolateral membrane Figure 1 3. On the luminal side of the apical membrane, iodide is oxidized by thyroperoxidase TPOa reaction that requires the presence of hydrogen peroxide H2O2 1, 2. In the follicular lumen, thyroglobulin TG serves as matrix for the synthesis of T4 and T3 7.

In a first step, TPO iodinates selected tyrosyl residues on TG, a process referred to as organification or nldular. In the subsequent coupling reaction, which is also catalyzed by TPO, two iodotyrosines are coupled to form T4 or T3.

Iodinated TG is stored as colloid in the follicular lumen. In response to demand for thyroid hormone secretion, TG is internalized into the follicular cell by micro- and macropinocytosis, and digested in lysosomes.


Thyroid hormone synthesis is dependent on the nutritional availability of iodine and predominantly regulated by TSH. TSH binds to its cognate receptor, a member of the G protein coupled ektiroideo trans-membrane receptors, which is expressed at the Organification TG Coupling TG basolateral membrane Figure 1. These autoregulatory mechanisms protect the thyroid from iodide while ensuring adequate iodide uptake for hormone synthesis. Defects in Thyroid Hormone Synthesis Congenital eeutiroideo Congenital hypothyroidism affects about eutiroiseo Screening programs now permit early recognition and treatment, thus avoiding the disastrous consequences of thyroid hormone deficiency on brain development.

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A wide spectrum of genetic defects provides a molecular explanation for a relatively small subset of the sporadic and familial defects in pituitary and Genetic defects associated with congenital hypothyroidism thyroid development, and for defects in thyrotropin and thyroid With hypoplastic gland With goiter hormone synthesis Figure 2 TRH secretion TRH Following the cloning of the NIS gene, several homozygous or compound heterozygous mutations have been identified in individuals with hypothyroidism due to iodine trapping defects.

In children, the thyroid may be initially of normal size and often enlarges later in life. Noduular precise molecular mechanisms by which NIS mutations directly cause iodide transport defects have been identified in a subset of cases.

The TP mutation, an alteration that has been found in several patients from Japan, causes NIS to lose its functional ability to transport iodide In contrast, the functional defects of two other NIS nocular QE, SX are the consequence of defective cellular trafficking and failure of the mutant proteins to reach the plasma membrane Thyroperoxidase Thyroperoxidase TPOa glycosylated hemoprotein, catalyzes several essential reactions bcio thyroid hormone synthesis: It is anchored in the membrane and has its catalytic site in the follicular lumen.

The enzyme is closely related to myeloperoxidase and it is thought that they share a common ancestor; their chromosomal localizations are, however, distinct.

TPO defects are among the most frequent causes of inborn abnormalities of thyroid hormone synthesis Due to the defective organification of iodide, these patients typically have a significant discharge of radioiodine after the administration of perchlorate. Pendred syndrome Pendred syndrome is an autosomal, recessive disorder characterized by sensorineural deafness, goiter, and a positive perchlorate test This disorder represents one of the most common forms of syndromic deafness, with an incidence estimated at 7.

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Although the classic presentation of the syndrome consists of the triad of deafness, goiter, and partial organification defect, the phenotypic expression of these components is highly variable among families and even within the same family. Sensorineural hearing loss, in most instances profound prelingual deafness, is the hallmark of Pendred syndrome.

More rarely, the hearing impairment manifests itself later in life as a progressive hearing loss. Goiter is the most variable component of the disorder, with some individuals developing very large goiters, while others present with minimal to no enlargement. While many patients with Pendred syndrome are euthyroid, others have subclinical or overt hypothyroidism. It encodes pendrin, a member of the Solute Carrier Family 26A, which contains several anion transporters and the motor protein prestin.


Pendrin is predominantly expressed in the thyroid, the inner ear, and the kidney.

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In thyroid follicular cells, pendrin is inserted bocip the apical membrane and functional studies suggest nodklar it is involved in apical iodide efflux from thyrocytes 4. These observations are consistent with the clinical phenotype, which is characterized by impaired iodide organification.

The critical role of pendrin in the inner ear has been corroborated by targeted disruption of the PDS gene ondular mice In line with the enlargement of the endolymphatic system observed in human patients, analysis of the inner ear in these mice reveal dilated endolymphatic ducts and sacs beyond embryonic day 15, presumably as a consequence of defects in anion and fluid transport.

During the last few years, more than PDS ektiroideo mutations eutiroidfo been described, indicating marked allelic heterogeneity See Pendred Syndrome Homepage The majority of PDS mutations are missense mutations and some of these mutants appear to be retained in the endoplasmic reticulum. A smaller number of mutations result in premature truncations or in alterations of splice donor or acceptor sites. Individuals with Pendred syndrome from consanguineous families are homozygous for PDS mutations, whereas sporadic cases typically harbor compound heterozygous mutations.

Mutations in the PDS gene are not only found in patients with classic Pendred Syndrome, but also in individuals afflicted with familial enlarged vestibular aqueduct EVA. Hydrogen peroxide generation H2O2 is an essential factor in the iodination and coupling reactions 1, 2.

Structurally, these proteins contain seven putative transmembrane domains, four NADPH binding sites, one FAD binding site, and in line with the predicted regulation by calcium an EF everted finger motif 5, 6. Heterozygous loss of function mutations in the THOX2 gene result in mild transient congenital hypothyroidism Biallelic THOX2 mutations are associated with a severe phenotype and confirm that H2O2 is essential for iodide organification Mutations in DUOX2 result in impaired trafficking to the cell membrane Thyroglobulin Thyroglobulin TG is produced by thyroid follicular cells and secreted into the follicular lumen 7.

TG is therefore considered to be a thyroid hormone precursor. Besides its importance for hormone synthesis, TG allows storage of iodine and thyroid hormone and thus to adapt to scarce iodine supply. The human TG gene is very large, spans about kb and contains 48 exons. The TG protein monomer is composed of a amino acid signal peptide followed by residues containing 66 tyrosines.

TG contains an average number of tyrosine residues, altogether 67, but only a minority of these bocil localized in the carboxy- and aminoterminus are boco sites. Complete hydrolysis of iodinated TG yields only 2 to 4 molecules of the iodothyroxines T4 and T3. The mature protein is formed by two units in noncovalent linkage 19 S TG. The primary structure of the TG protein contains three regions with repetitive sequences with internal homology and the carboxy-terminal part shares remarkable homology with acetylcholinesterase.