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Calcium, Vitamin D and the Vitamin D Receptor: Impact on Prostate and Breast Cancer in Preclinical Models

Molecular Targets of Calcium and Vitamin D in Mouse Genetic Models of Intestinal Cancer

Modulation of genotoxic and related effects by carotenoids and vitamin A in experimental models: mechanistic issues

Is vitamin D indispensable for Ca2+ homeostasis: lessons from knockout mouse models?

Effects of vitamin E and selenium supplementation on esophageal adenocarcinogenesis in a surgical model with rats

Alcoholic Myopathy: Vitamin D Deficiency is Related to Muscle Fibre Atrophy in a Murine Model

MP569SNF472 PHARMACOKINETICS - PHARMACODYNAMICS IN A VITAMIN D-INDUCED CALCIFICATION RAT MODEL

P010 The influence of vitamin D3 for colitis model of rats

MP184THE EFFECT OF VITAMIN E PROPHYLAXIS ON EXPERIMENTAL AMIKACIN-INDUCED NEPHROTOXICITY MODEL

The selective vitamin D receptor agonist, elocalcitol, reduces endometriosis development in a mouse model by inhibiting peritoneal inflammation

Effect of Dietary Vitamin E on Spontaneous or Nitric Oxide Donor-Induced Mutations in a Mouse Tumor Model

Vitamins C and E attenuate plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1) expression in a hypercholesterolemic porcine model of angioplasty

Characterization of a vitamin D receptor knockout mouse as a model of colorectal hyperproliferation and DNA damage

Functional Modeling of Vitamin Responsiveness in Yeast: A Common Pyridoxine-Responsive Cystathionine β-Synthase Mutation in Homocystinuria

269 Vitamin D Deficiency Promotes Vascular Damage and Disease Activity in a Murine Model of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Use of Model-Based Compartmental Analysis to Study Effects of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin on Vitamin A Kinetics in Rats

Western-style diet-induced colonic tumors and their modulation by calcium and vitamin D in C57Bl/6 mice: a preclinical model for human sporadic colon cancer

 

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A model that compares the effect of certain factors on job satisfaction to the effect of vitamins on the body. Nine ‘vitamins’ are identified, and the employee will require a minimum level of each if he or she is to remain satisfied. Of these nine, three (money, security, and social position) can be taken in very large amounts with no ill effects. However, an excess of the other six factors (externally set goals, clarity, variety, control, use of skills, and contact with others) can be problematic.

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