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Special Issue "Vitamin E: Uses, Benefits, Emerging Aspects, and RDA"
A special issue of Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643). This special issue belongs to the section "Micronutrients and Human Health".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (29 February 2020) | Viewed by 26175
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Special Issue Information
At about 100 years from its discovery (by Bishop in 1922 in studies concerning the effects of nutrition on reproduction in rats), Vitamin E can still cause surprises. Many aspects of the absorption, metabolism, tissue distribution, and excretion of this vitamin are yet to be fully understood. Similarly, the biological functions that this vitamin, its different forms, and metabolites play in living organisms are still being studied. After its discovery as a factor essential for rat fertility, Vitamin E was characterized for its properties of fat-soluble antioxidants and subsequently was shown to have signaling and gene-regulation effects. Recent acquisitions about vitamin E concern its capacity to reduce cardiovascular risk; to act as an immunomodulator; and to possess antiallergic effects and neuroprotective and hepatoprotective properties. Some data suggest that the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for Vitamin E needs to be revised based on new finding that are emerging from studies on its biological functions.
This Special Issue of Nutrients, entitled “Vitamin E: Uses, Benefits, Emerging Aspects, and RDA”, welcomes the submission of manuscripts describing either original research (clinical trials, epidemiological studies, and experiments conducted in animal models) or systematic reviews and meta-analyses that examine new aspects of Vitamin E metabolism and function.
With this Special Issue, we aim to advance knowledge and stimulate innovative ideas.
Assoc. Prof. Paola Venditti
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Vitamin E
- Cytochrome P-450
- Tocopheryl phosphate
- Ageing/aging rate
- Natural product
- Food supplement
- fat-soluble vitamins