Tissue content of vitamin D<ce:inf loc=post>3</ce:inf> and 25-hydroxy vitamin D<ce:inf loc=post>3</ce:inf> in minipigs after cutaneous synthesis, supplementation and deprivation of vitamin D<ce:inf loc=post>3</ce:inf>

@article{Burild2015TissueCO,
  title={Tissue content of vitamin D<ce:inf loc=post>3</ce:inf> and 25-hydroxy vitamin D<ce:inf loc=post>3</ce:inf> in minipigs after cutaneous synthesis, supplementation and deprivation of vitamin D<ce:inf loc=post>3</ce:inf>},
  author={Anders Burild and Henrik Lauritz Frandsen and Morten M\oller Poulsen and Jette Jakobsen},
  journal={Steroids},
  year={2015},
  volume={98},
  pages={72-79}
}
Information regarding the endogenous storages of vitamin D3 after cutaneous vitamin D synthesis compared to oral vitamin D3 supplementation is sparse. Furthermore it is not known whether vitamin D3 can be stored for later use during periods of shortages of vitamin D3. To investigate the endogenous storages of vitamin D3 two studies were carried out in Göttingen minipigs. In study 1 one group of minipigs (n=2) was daily exposed to UV light corresponding to 10-20 min of midday sun and another… CONTINUE READING

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