Extrahepatic tissue concentrations of vitamin K are lower in rats fed a high vitamin E diet.Tovar, Alison.
Ameho, Clement K.
Blumberg, Jeffrey B.
Peterson, James W.
Booth, Sarah L.
Background: An adverse hematological interaction between vitamins E and K has been reported, primarily in patients on anticoagulants. However, little is known regarding circulating levels or tissue concentrations of vitamin K in response to vitamin E supplementation. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of different levels ... read more
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- Tovar, Alison, Clement K. Ameho, Jeffrey B. Blumberg, James W. Peterson, Donald Smith, and Sarah L. Booth. "Extrahepatic tissue concentrations of vitamin K are lower in rats fed a high vitamin E diet." Nutrition & Metabolism 3, no. 1 (12, 2006): 1-6.