7th December 2019

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What is the gland that produces thymosin?

10 Cards in this Set
The gland that produces thymosinThymus
The gland that produces melatoninPineal gland
The gland that produces testosteroneTestes
The glands that produce steroids such as adrenaline & catecholaminesAdrenal gland
The producer of hormones released by the posterior pituitaryHypothalamus

Moreover, what cells produce thymosin?

The negative feedback Thymosin is secreted by the thymus gland, and its mainly important because it stimulates the development of T lymphocytes. (T lymphocytes, also known as killer T blood cells, function in the immune system to recognize foreign antigens on the surface of invading cells.

What produces Thyrocalcitonin?

Thyrocalcitonin: A hormone, also called calcitonin, produced by the thyroid gland that lowers the levels of calcium and phosphate in the blood and promotes the formation of bone.

What organ produces Thyrocalcitonin?

Calcitonin is a hormone that is produced in humans by the parafollicular cells (commonly known as C-cells) of the thyroid gland. Calcitonin is involved in helping to regulate levels of calcium and phosphate in the blood, opposing the action of parathyroid hormone.
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