Answer to Question #41363 in Other Biology for qwerty
The site of proteolysis of tri iodothyronin & tetraiodothyronin (1) E.R. (2) Golgi body (3) Lysosome (4) in thyroid follicle
The precursor of the hormones, iodinated thyroglobulin, is endocytosed in vesicles, which fuse with the lysosomes of the follicular cell. There, thyroglobulin is cleaved and the hormones are released into the lumen of the vesicle which is ultimately exocytosed. Therefore, the answer 3 is correct
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