alexa Hypovitaminosis D|OMICS Group|Alzheimer's Disease And Parkinsonism

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Hypovitaminosis D

Accrued evidence suggesting that hypovitaminosis D acts as a risk factor for developing Parkinson¬ôs disease(PD) remains controversial. Herein we evaluated existing results, and outline several biological mechanisms by which the hypovitaminosis D-PD relationship may occur. We performed a meta-analysis, using data obtained froma search of PubMed from July 2002 to July 2012, for studies reporting serum vitamin D levels in PD and controlpatients.We found that in comparison to healthy individuals, those with PD had lower levels of serum vitamin D. Furthermore, we explore a number of potential associated biological mechanisms, including the actions of reactivenitrogen species (RNS), glutathione (GSH), and glial-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF) in the brain. Online Journals are scholarly and peer reviewed journals. The journals provide forum and motivates scientists, researchers, academics, engineers, and practitioners in all aspects to share their professional and academic knowledge in the fields computing, engineering, humanities, economics, social sciences, management, medical science, and related disciplines. Online Journals also aims to reach a large number of readers worldwide with original and current research work completed on the vital issues of the above important disciplines. The journals permit all readers to read, view, download and print the full-text of all published articles without any subscription or restrictions.
 
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