Vitamin D status in children in the south of Rusia in the autumn-winter period

L. Y. Klimov, I. N. Zakharova, V. A. Kuryaninova, S. V. Dolbnya, T. M. Arutyunyan, A. N. Kasyanova, G. S. Anisimov, L. M. Abramskaya, Y. V. Borisova, I. D. Maikova
2015 Medical Council  
The recent decades have generated increasing interest in vitamin D due to better understanding of its role in the organism. [1] At present, specialists involved in the study of metabolic and physiological effects of vitamin D are convinced that its active forms are prohormones, i.e. precursors of the hormone calcitriol. [2-8].
doi:10.21518/2079-701x-2015-14-14-19 doaj:5811b625bb9e488ea9b66aa0fc11bd95 fatcat:v7t5qqvewjerdhlinffmhyps64