Is paricalcitol intake reflected by 1.25(OH)vitamin D levels?

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5 Sep 2009

Yes. Paricalcitol is a man made form of vitamin D. It is the metabolically active form of Vitamin D.

The active Vitamin D is called calcitriol - (1.25-dihydroxyvitamin D)

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