Question: Calcitonin is a hormone released by the thyroid when blood calcium levels become too high.
It travels through the blood and binds to receptors on osteoclasts, reducing their activity and thus lowering calcium levels in the blood.
Which is the target cell in this scenario?
Thyroid cells Edit
Answer: Osteoclast Edit
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