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Title : Tremendous Fidelity of Vitamin D3 in Age-related Neurological Disorders - Skv_2024_Mol.Neurobiol__
Author(s) : Skv M , Abraham SM , Eshwari O , Golla K , Jhelum P , Maity S , Komal P
Ref : Molecular Neurobiology , : , 2024
Abstract :

Vitamin D3 (VD) is a secosteroid hormone and shows a pleiotropic effect in brain-related disorders where it regulates redox imbalance, inflammation, apoptosis, energy production, and growth factor synthesis. Vitamin D3's active metabolic form, 1,25-dihydroxy Vitamin D3 (1,25(OH)(2)D3 or calcitriol), is a known regulator of several genes involved in neuroplasticity, neuroprotection, neurotropism, and neuroinflammation. Multiple studies suggest that VD deficiency can be proposed as a risk factor for the development of several age-related neurological disorders. The evidence for low serum levels of 25-hydroxy Vitamin D3 (25(OH)D3 or calcidiol), the major circulating form of VD, is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease (AD), Parkinson's disease (PD), Huntington's disease (HD), dementia, and cognitive impairment. Despite decades of evidence on low VD association with neurological disorders, the precise molecular mechanism behind its beneficial effect remains controversial. Here, we will be delving into the neurobiological importance of VD and discuss its benefits in different neuropsychiatric disorders. The focus will be on AD, PD, and HD as they share some common clinical, pathological, and epidemiological features. The central focus will be on the different attributes of VD in the aspect of its anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-apoptotic, anti-cholinesterase activity, and psychotropic effect in different neurodegenerative diseases.

PubMedSearch : Skv_2024_Mol.Neurobiol__
PubMedID: 38372958

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Skv M, Abraham SM, Eshwari O, Golla K, Jhelum P, Maity S, Komal P (2024)
Tremendous Fidelity of Vitamin D3 in Age-related Neurological Disorders
Molecular Neurobiology :

Skv M, Abraham SM, Eshwari O, Golla K, Jhelum P, Maity S, Komal P (2024)
Molecular Neurobiology :