Vitamin D deficiency promotes prostatic hyperplasia in middle-age mice through exacerbating local inflammation.


Vitamin D deficiency is especially prevalent in pregnant women and children. Our recent study demonstrated that vitamin D deficiency in early life disturbed testicular development. This study investigated the effects of vitamin D deficiency in early life on prostatic hyperplasia in middle-aged mice. In control group, dams and their male pups were fed with… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2018.04.006


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