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Description:This photograph, taken at a laboratory on the Centers for Disease Control’s Chamblee, Georgia campus in 1963, showed a sampling machine that was used in the analytical determination of protein-bound iodine (PBI).
The protein-bound iodine test was formerly used to test the level of thyroid function, by measuring the quantity of serum protein-bound iodine, thereby, providing a quantitative estimate of how much thyroid hormone was bound to proteins in the blood stream.
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Content Providers(s):CDC
Creation Date:1963
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CDC Organization
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