LE WE PMID CA
Lithocholic acid11573Lithocholic acid

Calbindin D9k

Claudin2

Curcumin

CYP3A

Docosahexaenoic acid

Klotho

Lithocholic acid

NPT2c

Osteocalcin

Osteopontin

P21

RANKL

Receptor (RXR)

Receptor (Vitamin D)

TRPV5

TRPV6

2008  
1
Lithocholic acid derivatives act as selective vitamin D receptor modulators without inducing hypercalcemia.
[18180267] J Lipid Res 49(4): 763-72 (2008)
2010  
2
Curcumin: a novel nutritionally derived ligand of the vitamin D receptor with implications for colon cancer chemoprevention.
[20153625] J Nutr Biochem 21(12): 1153-61 (2010)
2012  
3
Molecular Mechanisms of Vitamin D Action.
[22782502] Calcif Tissue Int (): (2012)
2007  
4
Lithocholic acid can carry out in vivo functions of vitamin D.
[17535892] Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 104(24): 10006-9 (2007)

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