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Vitamin D Receptor activation in cells varies by 100 X - Carlberg April 2023


Vitamin D: A master example of nutrigenomics

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Redox Biology 62 (2023) 102695 https://doi.org/10.10167j.redox.2023.102695
Carsten Carlberg a,b’ c.carlberg at pan.olsztyn.pl , Marianna Raczyk a, Natalia Zawrotna a
a Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, PL-10748, Olsztyn, Poland
b School of Medicine, Institute of Biomedicine, University of Eastern Finland, FI-70211, Kuopio, Finland

Vitamin D target genes Epigenome Transcriptome Immune system Personalized nutrition
Nutrigenomics attempts to characterize and integrate the relation between dietary molecules and gene expres­sion on a genome-wide level. One of the biologically active nutritional compounds is vitamin D3, which activates via its metabolite 1a,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 (1,25(OH)2D3) the nuclear receptor VDR (vitamin D receptor). Vitamin D3 can be synthesized endogenously in our skin, but since we spend long times indoors and often live at higher latitudes where for many winter months UV-B radiation is too low, it became a true vitamin. The ligand- inducible transcription factor VDR is expressed in the majority of human tissues and cell types, where it mod­ulates the epigenome at thousands of genomic sites. In a tissue-specific fashion this results in the up- and downregulation of primary vitamin D target genes, some of which are involved in attenuating oxidative stress. Vitamin D affects a wide range of physiological functions including the control of metabolism, bone formation and immunity. In this review, we will discuss how the epigenome- and transcriptome-wide effects of 1,25 (OH)2D3 and its receptor VDR serve as a master example in nutrigenomics. In this context, we will outline the basis of a mechanistic understanding for personalized nutrition with vitamin D3.
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21 Carlberg publications 2021 - Feb 2024

  1. Vitamin D and Aging: Central Role of Immunocompetence
  2. Nutrigenomics and redox regulation: Concepts relating to the Special Issue on nutrigenomics.
  3. Linking Mechanisms of Vitamin D Signaling with Multiple Sclerosis.
  4. In Vivo Regulation of Signal Transduction Pathways by Vitamin D Stabilizes Homeostasis of Human Immune Cells and Counteracts Molecular Stress.
  5. Intervention Approaches in Studying the Response to Vitamin D3 Supplementation.
  6. Genomic signaling of vitamin D.
  7. Vitamin D: A master example of nutrigenomics.
  8. Nutrigenomics in the context of evolution.
  9. Guidelines for Preventing and Treating Vitamin D Deficiency: A 2023 Update in Poland.
  10. A Pleiotropic Nuclear Hormone Labelled Hundred Years Ago Vitamin D.
  11. A Single Oral Vitamin D3 Bolus Reduces Inflammatory Markers in Healthy Saudi Males.
  12. A Single Vitamin D3 Bolus Supplementation Improves Vitamin D Status and Reduces Proinflammatory Cytokines in Healthy Females.
  13. Vitamin D in the Context of Evolution.
  14. Gene-Regulatory Potential of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D3 and D2.
  15. Vitamin D and Its Target Genes.
  16. Time-Resolved Gene Expression Analysis Monitors the Regulation of Inflammatory Mediators and Attenuation of Adaptive Immune Response by Vitamin D.
  17. Vitamin D and Pigmented Skin.
  18. Transcriptome-Wide Profile of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D3 in Primary Immune Cells from Human Peripheral Blood.
  19. Replacing Saturated Fat with Polyunsaturated Fat Modulates Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Gene Expression and Pathways Related to Cardiovascular Disease Risk Using a Whole Transcriptome Approach.
  20. Vitamin D and the risk for cancer: A molecular analysis.
  21. A hierarchical regulatory network analysis of the vitamin D induced transcriptome reveals novel regulators and complete VDR dependency in monocytes.

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