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The effects of season-long vitamin D supplementation on collegiate swimmers and divers.
The purpose of this 6-month randomized, placebo-controlled trial was to determine the effect of season-long (September-March) vitamin D supplementation on changes in vitamin D status, which isExpand
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Vitamin D status is related to intramyocellular lipid in older adults
Vitamin D and intramyocellular lipid (IMCL) both affect muscle function, but the relationship between vitamin D status and IMCL has not been established. To assess the relationship between vitamin DExpand
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Relationship between 25-hydoxyvitamin D, muscle strength, and incidence of injury in healthy adults: a systematic review.
The purpose of this systematic review is to answer the following clinical questions in healthy adults: is vitamin D status related to (1) muscle strength? (2) or incidence of injury? A literatureExpand
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The effect of body composition and BMI on 25(OH)D response in vitamin D-supplemented athletes
Abstract Fat mass is inversely associated with vitamin D status, and athletes with the most adipose tissue may have the greatest risk for insufficient (25(OH)D 20–32 ng mL−1) or deficient (25(OH)D <Expand
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Local In Vivo Measures of Muscle Lipid and Oxygen Consumption Change in Response to Combined Vitamin D Repletion and Aerobic Training in Older Adults
Intramyocellular (IMCL), extramyocellular lipid (EMCL), and vitamin D deficiency are associated with muscle metabolic dysfunction. This study compared the change in [IMCL]:[EMCL] following theExpand
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Differences in extramyocellular lipid and physical function in older adults with sufficient and insufficient vitamin D status (260.2)
The metabolic role of extramyocellular lipid (EMCL) has yet to be elucidated. An inverse relationship between EMCL and physical function, and EMCL and vitamin D status has been described in vitamin...
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Vitamin D and Athletes, Part I: A Growing Interest
Part I of this Pearls of Practice series highlights the growing interest in the status and needs of athletes in relation to vitamin D. Part II of the series will outline the relationship betweenExpand
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Quality control of angular tube current modulation
Automatic exposure control (AEC) techniques in computed tomography (CT) have been defined as automatic modulation of tube current in the x–y plane (angular AEC), along the z-axis (z-axis AEC) or bothExpand
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