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 Intelligence and iodine
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Pregnancy and Iodine

Intelligence and Iodine

Thyroid and Iodine

Cost to a Country

Radioactivity and Iodine









Transplacental thyroxine and fetal brain development (STAR)
R. Thomas Zoeller, J. Clin. Invest. 111:954–957 (2003). doi:10.1172/JCI200318236.

Intelligence Quotient and Iodine Intake: A Cross-Sectional Study in Children
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 89(8):3851–3857, August 2004.

Iodine deficiency as a cause of brain damage
Editorial: F Delange; Post Grad Medical Journal, 2001;77:217–220

A Metaanalysis of Research on Iodine and Its Relationship to Cognitive Development
Nico Bleichrodt and Marise Ph. Born, Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Early maternal hypothyroxinemia alters histogenesis and cerebral cortex cytoarchitecture of the progeny
Rosalía Lavado-Autric, Eva Ausó, José Victor García-Velasco, María del Carmen Arufe,
Francisco Escobar del Rey, Pere Berbel, and Gabriella Morreale de Escobar
The Journal of Clinical Investigation, April 2003, Volume 111, Number 7: 1073-1082

Effects of iodine supplementation during pregnancy on child growth and development at school age
Karen J O’Donnell, Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 2002, 44: 76–81

From Legrand 1967


Without sufficient maternal T4 many newly formed neurons do not migrate to their normal destination





Lavado-Autric et al, Journal of Clinical Investigation 2003

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