Further Reading

Bender DA (1987) Oestrogens and vitamin B^—Actions and interactions. World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 51: 140-188.

Bender DA (1989) Vitamin B^ requirements and recommendations. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 43: 289-309.

Bender DA (1999) Non-nutritional uses of vitamin BÄ. British Journal of Nutrition 81: 7-20.

Bender DA (2003) In Nutritional Biochemistry of the Vitamins, 2nd edn, pp. 232-269. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Coburn SP (1994) A critical review of minimal vitamin B6 requirements for growth in various species with a proposed method of calculation. Vitamins and Hormones 48: 259-300.

Coburn SP (1996) Modelling vitamin B6 metabolism. Advances in Food and Nutrition Research 40: 107-132.

Fasella PM (1967) Pyridoxal phosphate. Annual Review of Biochemistry 36: 185-210.

Ink SL and Henderson LM (1984) Vitamin B6 metabolism. Annual Review of Nutrition 4: 455-470.

Kruger WD (2000) Vitamins and homocysteine metabolism. Vitamins and Hormones 60: 333-352.

Oka T (2001) Modulation of gene expression by vitamin B6. Nutrition Research Reviews 14: 257-265.

Wiss O and Weber F (1964) Biochemical pathology of vitamin B6 deficiency. Vitamins and Hormones 22: 495-501.

Vitamin B12 see Cobalamins

Vitamin C see Ascorbic Acid: Physiology, Dietary Sources and Requirements; Deficiency States

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