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Newly deciphered vitamin D regulatory pathway opens doors to clinical research

23:50 EDT 20 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Biochemists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have deciphered the molecular mechanisms that underpin how the synthesis of the active form of vitamin D is regulated in the kidney, summing up decades of research in this area that was started here in the Department of Biochemistry in the 1970s.

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