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Strain specific differences in vitamin D3 response: impact on gut homeostasis

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Schreiber, Laura ; Ghimire, Sakhila ; Hiergeist, Andreas ; Renner, Kathrin ; Althammer, Michael ; Babl, Nathalie ; Peuker, Alice ; Schoenhammer, Gabriele ; Hippe, Katrin ; Gessner, Andre ; Albrecht, Christian ; Pielmeier, Fransziska ; Büttner-Herold, Maike ; Bruns, Heiko ; Hoffmann, Petra ; Herr, Wolfgang ; Holler, Ernst ; Peter, Katrin ; Kreutz, Marina ; Matos, Carina
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Vitamin D3 regulates a variety of biological processes irrespective of its well-known importance for calcium metabolism. Epidemiological and animal studies indicate a role in immune regulation, intestinal barrier function and microbiome diversity. Here, we analyzed the impact of different vitamin D3- containing diets on C57BL/6 and BALB/c mice, with a particular focus on gut homeostasis and also ...


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