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2012 | 66 | 1 | 52–56
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Prolaktyna i inne regulatory wchłaniania wapnia

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Prolactin and other regulators of calcium absorption
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Absorption of calcium is regulated by many endogenous and exogenous factors. Prolactin is important regulator. Numerous studies indicate that prolactin can stimulate calcium transport in the small intestine in vitro and in vivo. This is especially important during the growing demand for calcium in pregnancy and in lactation. There is report the role of prolactin in maintaining calcium homeostasis.
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Wchłanianie wapnia regulują liczne czynniki endogenne i egzogenne, m.in. prolaktyna. Jak wynika z wielu badań, może ona stymulować transport wapnia w jelicie cienkim w warunkach in vitro oraz in vivo. Jest to szczególnie ważne w okresie wzrostu zapotrzebowania na wapń w okresie ciąży i laktacji. W licznych doniesieniach wskazano na rolę prolaktyny w zachowaniu homeostazy wapniowej.
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52–56
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  • Zakład Technologii Postaci Leku Wydziału Farmaceutycznego z Oddziałem Medycyny Laboratoryjnej Śląskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Katowicach, Farmaceutyczny Zakład Naukowo-Produkcyjny „Biochefa”, Sosnowiec
  • Farmaceutyczny Zakład Naukowo-Produkcyjny „Biochefa”, Sosnowiec
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