researchers have found that vitamin d needs oleic acids to bound to gcmaf which bounds to vdr receptor on immune cells influencing trl7 the most
i have no idea if this form of vit d can be more active on hbv than normal vit d3, too early to say, but i think it would be useful if some members use this
of course we need a member with vit d deficency so it is easier to see if there is any difference with normal vit d3, since latest human trials showing inactive carriers have high vit d and that vit d influences trl7 receptors this diserves our attention
immune cells have vdr receptor to be activated, this receptor needs vitd+oleic acid+gcmaf in order to have immune cells activated so they made a type of vit d which has the oleic acid included....if any of these is missing there is no attachment to vdr receptor
Positive correlation between circulating cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide (hCAP18/LL-37) and 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in healthy adults
but i have found other studies on different diseases from tbc to sepsis, psoriasis and so on....phatogens make this correlation very weak, they probably influence this balance by nagalase and other ways to block vdr receptor so that no LL37 cathelicidin is produced
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