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Thyroid Hormone Signaling Pathways: Time for a More Precise Nomenclature

Abstract Current literature makes a distinction between two pathways for thyroid hormone signaling: genomic and nongenomic. However, this classification is a source of confusion. We propose a clarification in the nomenclature that may help to avoid unproductive controversies and favor progress in th... Full description

Journal Title: Endocrinology (Philadelphia) 2017-07-01, Vol.158 (7), p.2052-2057
Main Author: Flamant, Frédéric
Other Authors: Cheng, Sheue-Yann , Hollenberg, Anthony N , Moeller, Lars C , Samarut, Jacques , Wondisford, Fredric E , Yen, Paul M , Refetoff, Samuel
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  • Cheng, Sheue-Yann
  • Hollenberg, Anthony N
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  • Wondisford, Fredric E
  • Yen, Paul M
  • Refetoff, Samuel
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  • Thyroid Hormones - physiology
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  • Transcription Factors - metabolism
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description: Abstract Current literature makes a distinction between two pathways for thyroid hormone signaling: genomic and nongenomic. However, this classification is a source of confusion. We propose a clarification in the nomenclature that may help to avoid unproductive controversies and favor progress in this field of research. Four types of thyroid hormone signaling are defined, and the experimental criteria for classification are discussed. A classification of thyroid hormone signaling into four distinct types is proposed, to replace the confusing “genomic” vs “nongenomic” designation.
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notesAddress all correspondence and requests for reprints to: Frédéric Flamant, PhD, IGFL Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, 46 allée d'Italie, 69364 Lyon CEDEX07, France. E-mail: Frederic.flamant@ens-lyon.fr.
abstractAbstract Current literature makes a distinction between two pathways for thyroid hormone signaling: genomic and nongenomic. However, this classification is a source of confusion. We propose a clarification in the nomenclature that may help to avoid unproductive controversies and favor progress in this field of research. Four types of thyroid hormone signaling are defined, and the experimental criteria for classification are discussed. A classification of thyroid hormone signaling into four distinct types is proposed, to replace the confusing “genomic” vs “nongenomic” designation.
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