We have the following publications:

  • Iodine deficiency in Azerbaijan After the discontinuation of an Iodine Prophylaxis Program: Reassessment of Iodine Intake and Goiter Prevelence in Schoolchildren, K. Markou, N. Georgopoulos, M. Makri et al, THYROID, v 11, no 12, 2001,
  • Identification of Iodine Deficiency in the Field by the Rapid Urinary Iodine Test: Comparison with the Classic Sandell-Kolthoff Reaction Method, K. Markou, N. Georgopoulos, E. Anastasiou et al, THYROID, v 12, no 5, 2002,
  • Autonomously functioning thyroid nodules in a former iodine-deficient area commonly harbor gain-of-function mutations in the thyrotropin signaling pathway, N. Georgopoulos, G. Sykiotis, A. Sgourou et al, European Journal of Endocrinology, 149, 287-292, 2003,
  • Improvement of iodine deficiency after iodine supplementation in schoolchildren of Azerbaijan was accompanied by hypo and hyperthyrotopinemia and increased title of thyroid autobodies, K. Markou, N. Georgopoulos, M. Makri et al, J. Endocrinol., Invest 26, 43-48, 2003,
  • Treating Iodine Deficiency: Long – Term Effects of Iodine Repletion on Growth and Pubertal Development in School-Age Children, K. Markou, A. Tsekouras, E. Anastasiou et al, THYROID, Volume 18, no 4, 2008,
  • The Odyssey of Nontoxic Nodular Goiter (NGNG) in Greece under Supression Therapy, and after Improvement of Iodine Deficiency, M. Michalaki, V. Kyriazopoulou, P. Paraskevopoulou et al, THYROID, Volume 18, no 6, 2008,