Association of Vitamin D Deficiency and Mood Disorders: A Systematic Review
- Biology, Medicine
This review focussed on vitamin D receptors, VDR gene mutations, and pathophysiology causing vitamin D deficiency disorders finds low 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels are found to have a higher incidence of various mood disorders.
Unravelling of hidden secrets: The role of vitamin D in skin aging
- Biology, MedicineDermato-endocrinology
These findings support the concept that UV-radiation exerts both skin aging -promoting and -inhibiting effects, the latter via induction of cutaneous vitamin D synthesis.
Vitamin D Deficiency in Metabolic Syndrome Patients.
- Medicine, Biology
This clinical research study focuses on correlation between Vitamin D and Metabolic syndrome and a possible inverse association between vitamin D levels and the prevalence of metabolic syndrome.
1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D and Klotho: A Tale of Two Renal Hormones Coming of Age.
- Biology, MedicineVitamins and hormones
D VITAMIN, COGNITION AND DEMENTIAS D VITAMIN, KOGNICIJA I DEMENCIJE
- Medicine, Biology
Neuropsychological studies showed that the main domain of vitamin D brain function is on executive functions, and Vitamin D in the form of calcitriol, 1,25(OH)2D3, is the best available drug form.
A Review on the Potential Role of Vitamin D and Mineral Metabolism on Chronic Fatigue Illnesses
It is proposed that chronic fatiguing illnesses might be result from mineral deregulations that are barely detected by routine laboratory workups because of compensatory changes in bone mineral stores.
VITAMIN D ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN1
- Medicine, Biology
Vitamin D deficiency can lead to early and late negative consequences in bone growth, immune system, and cognition, and can be secondary to some individual characteristics due to the lack of sun exposure.
Vitamin D cell signalling in health and disease.
- Biology, MedicineBiochemical and biophysical research communications
Vitamin D, reactive oxygen species and calcium signalling in ageing and disease
- BiologyPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
A decline in the vitamin D/Klotho/Nrf2 regulatory network may enhance the ageing process, and this is well illustrated by the age-related decline in cognition in rats that can be reversed by administering vitamin D.
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Vitamin D, aging, and cancer.
- Medicine, BiologyNutrition reviews
The results suggest that calcidiol is mainly responsible for differentiation homeostasis, whereas calcitriol might be more involved in calcium homeOSTasis, therefore, an imbalance of calcidiola rather than calcitriols is a risk factor for cancer and chronic diseases.
New clues about vitamin D functions in the nervous system
- Biology, ChemistryTrends in Endocrinology & Metabolism
Vitamin D in preventive medicine: are we ignoring the evidence?
- Medicine, BiologyThe British journal of nutrition
Serum levels of 25(OH)D are the best indicator to assess vitamin D deficiency, insufficiency, hypovitaminosis, adequacy, and toxicity.
Vitamin D status, 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3, and the immune system.
- Medicine, BiologyThe American journal of clinical nutrition
Vitamin D-deficient mice on low-calcium diets developed the most severe IBD, and 1,25(OH)2D3 treatment of mice onLow-cal calcium diets improved IBD symptoms, however, the best results for IBD were observed when the calcium concentration was high and 1-25( OH) 2D3 was administered.
1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 regulates genes responsible for detoxification in intestine.
- BiologyToxicology and applied pharmacology
Vitamin D and cancer
- Biology, ChemistryThe Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Vitamin D in the aging musculoskeletal system: an authentic strength preserving hormone.
- Medicine, BiologyMolecular aspects of medicine
Vitamin D and disease prevention with special reference to cardiovascular disease.
- Medicine, BiologyProgress in biophysics and molecular biology
Vitamin D metabolites and bone mineralization in man.
- Medicine, BiologyThe Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
It is concluded that 1alpha,25(OH)2D3 is not the sole biologically active metabolite of vitamin D in man and that the subsequent rise in serum phosphate concentrations along with the direct actions of 1 alpha-25-hydroxyvitamin D3, 24,25 (OH) 2D3, and possibly 25(OH-D3 on bone cells all participate in the restoration of normal bone formation and bone mineralization in vitamin D-deficient man.