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vitamin P


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vitamin P

vitamin P

vitamin P

Sevelamer, Ca×P product and vitamin D

P100 Vitamin D in patients with Crohn's disease

P101 Vitamin D deficiency in inflammatory bowel disease patients

P330. Vitamin D insufficiency in patients with inflammatory bowel disease

P3483Effect of vitamin D on endothelial progenitor cells function

P-0140EXPRESSION OF VITAMIN D RECEPTOR IN GALLBLADDER CANCER (GBC), IMMUNOREACTIVITY SCORING (IRS) AND RELATION OF SERUM VITAMIN D LEVELS (SVDL) AND EFFECT OF ORAL VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION WITH GEMCITABINE CHEMOTHERAPY

P072. Flow cytometric detection of vitamin D receptor changes during vitamin D treatment in Crohn’s disease

P2698Potential role of vitamin D supplementation in the prevention of atrial fibrillation after coronary artery bypass grafting in vitamin D deficient patients

P-240Vitamin D levels in oesophageal and gastric cancer patients and their outcome

Enhanced tumorigenesis in p53 knockout mice exposed in utero to high-dose vitamin E

P218. Vitamin D status in IBD patients: a comparison of three different assays

P026 Vitamin D enhances macrophage function and improves killing of Crohn's associated E. coli

P649 Relationship between clinical characteristics and vitamin D receptor polymorphisms in Crohn's disease

P139 - Vitamin B12 deficiency in Crohn's disease: oral supplementation is effective

P322 Vitamin D deficiency in Asian patients with inflammatory bowel disease

P027 Vitamin D potentiates the immunosuppressive effect of anti-TNF induced regulatory macrophages

 

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A water-soluble coloured substance found in crystalline form in citrus fruits. It functions as a bioflavonoid and, in association with vitamin C, improves the permeability and integrity of the capillary lining. It is not a true vitamin, but was dubbed ‘vitamin P’ by Dr Albert Szent Gyorgi, a Hungarian scientist who gained the Nobel prize for his part in the discovery of vitamin C.

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