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1. Klotho Lacks a Vitamin D Independent Physiological Role in Glucose Homeostasis, Bone Turnover, and Steady- State PTH Secretion In Vivo

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2. 0888-8809/02/$15.00/0 Molecular Endocrinology 16(7):1524–1537 Printed in U.S.A. Copyright © 2002 by The Endocrine Society Deletion of Deoxyribonucleic Acid Binding Domain of the...

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3. Endokrine Regulation durch den Vitamin-D-Rezeptor


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4. Klotho Lacks a Vitamin D Independent Physiological Role in Glucose Homeostasis, Bone Turnover, and Steady-State PTH Secretion In Vivo

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5. FGF23 acts directly on renal proximal tubules to induce phosphaturia through activation of the ERK1/2–SGK1 signaling pathway

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6. FGF23 regulates renal sodium handling and blood pressure

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7. Long-Term Fgf23 Deficiency Does Not Influence Aging, Glucose Homeostasis, or Fat Metabolism in Mice with a Nonfunctioning Vitamin D Receptor

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8. Inhibition of Receptor Activator of NF-κB Ligand by Denosumab Attenuates Vascular Calcium Deposition in Mice

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9. FGF23 promotes renal calcium reabsorption through the TRPV5 channel

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10. Impaired insulin secretory capacity in mice lacking a functional vitamin D receptor.


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