Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Vitamin K - Recent Topics on the Biology and Chemistry

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Academic Editor

Hiroyuki Kagechika
Hiroyuki Kagechika

Tokyo Medical and Dental University,
Japan

Co-editor

Hitoshi Shirakawa
Hitoshi Shirakawa

Tohoku University

Series Editor

Andrei Surguchov
Andrei Surguchov

University of Kansas Medical Center,
United States of America

Published23 March 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.82971

ISBN978-1-83969-392-2

Print ISBN978-1-83969-391-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83969-393-9

Copyright year2022

Number of pages120

Part of the book seriesBiochemistry

Issn2632-0983

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3. Physiological and Cellular Functions of Vitamin K on Cardiovascular Function

By Meneerah A. Aljafary, Hussah Alshwyeh, Nada Alahmadi, Adeeb Shehzad, Huseyin Tombuloglu, Zagit Gaymalov, Abdelqader Homieda and Ebtesam Al-Suhaimi

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4. Menaquinone-7: Wide Ranging Physiological Relevance in Muscle and Nerve Health

By Dilip Mehta, Anselm de Souza and Shashank S. Jadhav

487
5. Overcoming the Photochemical Problem of Vitamin K in Topical Application

By Shotaro Goto, Shuichi Setoguchi, Kazuhisa Matsunaga and Jiro Takata

614
6. Vitamin K Deficiency and Vascular Calcification. Is There Any Evidence about Its Impact on Coronary Artery Disease?

By Theodoros Michailidis, Asterios Karakanas, Nikolaos Schizas and Petros Keryttopoulos

398

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