Thyroxine (T4 Hormone Humman)
Catalog #: C2010004 – 100 mg
L-Thyroxine (T4) is an iodine-containing hormone produced by the thyroid glands. T4 plays a central role in cellular physiology as it regulates both growth and development by acting directly and indirectly on the level of expression of various enzymes and proteins.
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L Thyroxine (T4)
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|Molecular Weight:||776.9 g/mol|
|Package Size:||100 mg|
|Appearance:||White to Light Yellow Powder|
|Storage:||-20°. Avoid repeated freeze-thaw.|
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