Effects of vitamin D and paricalcitol on murine cardiomyocytes

Jacopo J.V. Branca, Gabriele Morucci, Stefania Pacini, Marco Ruggiero, Stefano Aterini & Massimo Gulisano
Severe alterations of Cacium-Phospate metabolism are frequently associated with chronic kidney diseases. High levels of Phospate and low levels of vitamin D in subjects affected by chronic kidney disease are, in many cases, correlated with high risk of mortality. For this reason, administration of vitamin D represents the elective treatment. Nevertheless, vitamin D in itself induces a variety of side effects which in many cases can be avoided by the administration of vitamin D analogues....
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