Vitamin A in Health and Disease
CRC Press, 1 févr. 1994 - 704 pages
This text details the metabolism of vitamin A and the mechanisms of action of vitamin A and the provitamin A carotenoids. It presents up-to-date information on the critical role vitamin A plays in vision, reproduction, foetal development, and the regulation and proliferation of cells. In addition, the book investigates evidence relating vitamin A intake to lung, breast, colon, rectal and prostate cancer.
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