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vitamin D
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VDR (37 times)
PTH (30 times)
BMD (25 times)
1989 A physiological view of in vivo calcium dynamics: the regulation of a nonlinear self-organized system.
1,25-dihydroxy-vitamin D
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Veterinary Medicine
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DCAD (1 time)
GA (1 time)
GC (1 time)
2008 Transactivation of a growth hormone (GH) promoter-luciferase construct in canine mammary cells.
25-OH-Vitamin D3
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--- 2019 Radiographic alveolar bone level and levels of serum 25-OH-Vitamin D3 in ethnic Norwegian and Tamil periodontitis patients and their periodontally healthy controls.
vitamin D deficiency
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--- 2016 Adverse effects of vitamin D deficiency on the Pi3k/Akt pathway and pancreatic islet morphology in diet-induced obese mice.
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Natural Science Disciplines
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CAP (1 time)
LDL-C (1 time)
LECs (1 time)
2017 Vitamin D inhibits lymphangiogenesis through VDR-dependent mechanisms.
versus CsA groups, 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3
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CsA (1 time)
VH (1 time)
1998 Inhibition of calbindin D28K expression by cyclosporin A in rat kidney: the possible pathogenesis of cyclosporin A-induced hypercalciuria.
Vitamin D Pathway
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CM (1 time)
GEM (1 time)
RSF (1 time)
2017 No prognostic value added by vitamin D pathway SNPs to current prognostic system for melanoma survival.
vitamin D restricted
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Biomedical Research
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--- 2018 Effects of Vitamin D Restricted Diet Administered during Perinatal and Postnatal Periods on the Penis of Wistar Rats.
Vitamin D Total
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LCMS (1 time)
2013 Evaluation of two automated immunoassays for 25-OH vitamin D: comparison against LC-MS/MS.