The Role of Vitamin D in Hematologic Disease and Stem Cell Transplantation
AbstractVitamin D is a steroid hormone with a broad range of biological effects ranging from the classical role as a mediator of calcium and phosphate balance to cellular differentiation and immune modulation. These effects impact normal and dysfunctional hematopoietic and immune function, which may allow an avenue for improved treatment and support of patients suffering from hematologic disorders. In this review, we will summarize the role of vitamin D in normal hematopoiesis, discuss ways in which vitamin D may improve outcomes, and discuss a potential role of vitamin D for treating hematologic disorders and modulating the immune system to improve the outcome of allogeneic stem cell transplant. View Full-Text
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Hall, A.C.; Juckett, M.B. The Role of Vitamin D in Hematologic Disease and Stem Cell Transplantation. Nutrients 2013, 5, 2206-2221.
Hall AC, Juckett MB. The Role of Vitamin D in Hematologic Disease and Stem Cell Transplantation. Nutrients. 2013; 5(6):2206-2221.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hall, Aric C.; Juckett, Mark B. 2013. "The Role of Vitamin D in Hematologic Disease and Stem Cell Transplantation." Nutrients 5, no. 6: 2206-2221.