Vitamin A in Health and Disease
CRC Press, 1 févr. 1994 - 704 pages
Reviews the recent breakthroughs in vitamin A research. Discusses the metabolism of vitamin A; the mechanism of action of vitamin A and the provitamin A carotenoids; the role of retinoids in embryonic development, skin and epithelial cells, blood cells, vision, and reproduction; vitamin A deficiency and teratogenicity; and the anticancer role of vitamin A from an epidemiological point of view. Intended as a source of information for scientists engaged in research in the field of vitamin A.
Avis des internautes - Rédiger un commentaire
Aucun commentaire n'a été trouvé aux emplacements habituels.
activity addition alcohol animals appears associated B-carotene binding Biochem Biol cancer carotenoids cells cellular changes Chem chick complex concentrations contain CRABP CRBP cultured cytoplasmic dehydrogenase demonstrated Dermatol detected differentiation disease dose effects element embryo enzyme epidermal et al evidence expression factors Figure formation function gene growth hormone human important increased indicate induced inhibition intake interaction intestine involved keratin keratinocytes levels limb liver lung mechanism metabolism microsomal mouse Nature neural tube normal nuclear observed occur pattern plasma possible present production promoter recently reduced region regulation reported response retinoic acid receptor retinoids retinol retinol-binding protein retinyl esters risk role sequence serum showed shown similar skin specific stellate cells structure studies substrate suggested synthesis tion tissues transcription treatment uptake vitamin A deficiency vitro