Further Reading

Binkley NC and Suttie JW (1995) Vitamin K nutrition and osteoporosis. Journal of Nutrition 125: 1812-1821.

Bugel S (2003) Vitamin K and bone health. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 62: 839-843.

Ferland G (1998) The vitamin K-dependent proteins: An update. Nutrition Review 56: 223-230.

Greer FR (1999) Vitamin K status of lactating mothers and their infants. Acta Paediatrica Supplement 430: 95-103.

Nelsestuen GL, Shah AM, and Harvey SB (2000) Vitamin K-dependent proteins. Vitamins and Hormones 58: 355-389.

Saxena SP, Israels ED, and Israels LG (2001) Novel vitamin K-dependent pathways regulating cell survival. Apoptosis 6: 57-68.

Shearer MJ (1997) The roles of vitamins D and K in bone health and osteoporosis prevention. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 56: 915-937.

Shearer MJ (2000) Role of vitamin K and Gla proteins in the patho-physiology of osteoporosis and vascular calcification. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 3: 433-438.

Suttie JW (1992) Vitamin K and human nutrition. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 92: 585-590.

Suttie JW (1995) The importance of menaquinones in human nutrition. Annual Review of Nutrition 15: 399-417.

Tsaioun KI (1999) Vitamin K-dependent proteins in the developing and aging nervous system. Nutrition Review 57: 231-240.

Vermeer C, Jie K-SG, and Knapen MHJ (1995) Role of vitamin K in bone metabolism. Annual Review of Nutrition 15: 1-22.

Vermeer C and Schurgers LJ (2000) A comprehensive review of vitamin K and vitamin K antagonists. Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America 14: 339-353.

Weber P (2001) Vitamin K and bone health. Nutrition 17: 880-887.

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